Sounds like the heater core may be plugged or the heat control valve may not be fully opening.
If not tight enough to seal it will leak.
The thermostat is not opening up enough,
If your heater blower is blowing enough air,then look too see that you have enough antifreeze in the radiator.If the antifreeze is all the way up then check your thermostat ,it may be stuck or partially opened.
There are a bunch of things that can cause that. Water pump, thermostat, switch not engaging the heater, air in the heater core, not enough antifreeze in the cooling system. do i need a new thermostat
Check the coolant system to make sure you have enough antifreeze. Also is your thermostat working?
stuck thermostat, not enough antifreeze in radiator, leaking hose, are the usual. then it would be blown head gasket, not enough oil in engine, electric fans not coming on.
I have a 2001 Dodge 3500 that was not getting up to operating temperature. I changed the thermostat and that fixed it. I guess the thermostat was stuck open.
The barley was barely dry enough to harvest.
Long enough. Drain the coolant, flush the system, replace the thermostat, and add 50/50 mix of anti-freeze and distilled water.
I had a VW Jetta that had a problem with overheating. It ended up being the thermostat had gone bad so the fan never "kicked on." A car can over heat if there isnt enough antifreeze in the radiator or a bad thermostat or if your fan isnt working properly or is bad
If it gets cold enough the coolant will freeze and crack the block if there is no antifreeze.
If enough is consumed, then yes.
Yes, it is. It means scarcely or narrowly (only just sufficient) and modifies adjectives and adverbs. In "there was barely enough time" barely modifies enough, an adjective modifying the noun time.
What other symptoms besides leaking antifreeze? Where do you see the anti-freeze leaking?
If you inhale enough, yes. It is poisonious.
if enough is ingested then death.
make sure antifreeze is 50/50 mix. The thermostat has failed in the open position allowing coolant to flow constantly through the radiator and take longer to reach operating temp.
If you question the condition of the thermostat, just replace it, they're cheap enough.
2 Gallons of premix or 1 gallon of pure antifreeze when mixed with an equal amount of distilled water will be enough. Do not use tap water only use distilled water. Replace the thermostat at this time and flush the radiator. Be sure and bleed all air from the system. Inspect and replace any suspect hoses.
No, it is an adverb. Like scarcely, it implies a narrow sufficiency or opportunity.Examples:We could barely see the ship at that distance.We barely made it to the train on time.There was barely enough milk left for breakfast.
enough to keep it from freezing.
If the engine is overheating, the thermostat is stuck closed. If the heater is not putting out enough hot air the thermostat is stuck open. Change the thermostat as a normal part of maintenance when changing coolant.
Yes, because as the water heats it expands. The water system will then spill over to the expansion tank. The expansion tank is only big enough to store expanded water at the thermostat temperature. When your thermostat doesn't open the water will over heat/ over expand. You will see brownish burnt water marks all over the expansion tank near the overflow hole. Best off just throw away your thermostat you don't really need it.
it might be because your voice has changed and cannot hit the note right