It could be as simple as the radiator cap or as serious as a leaky head gasket or intake manifold gasket (GM V-6). Other possibilities: bad temperature sensor or electric fan, bugs and dirt on outside of radiator, plugged radiator, wrong coolant mix (use 50/50 water/anifreeze), plugged catalytic converter (would also affect performance). If you suspect thermostat, replace it, do not just remove it. You've already mentioned water pump and radiator.
I'm going to guess your answer is right there in your question, the car is overheating. Find the cause of the overheating and it might just fix your problem.
You can warp the head and crack the block if you keep it running for too long while its overheating, that's only two things. Fix the problem before you blow the engine.
I'm not a mechanic but, I had to replace my radiator to fix the overheating problem on my 1994. That was the last thing I replaced after replacing the water pump, thermostat, and replaced my fan with a clutch fan. have not had anymore problems with it overheating once the radiator was replaced. Flush the coolant first then replace the radiator. Hope this helps.
with my 95 mx3 i was having the same problem all i did was adjusted the angle of the radiator and the over heating problem stopped id try that
By finding the cause of the overheating. It is normally, bad thermostat, bad water pump, clogged radiator, either internally or externally, a defective cooling fan, or defective cooling fan relay.
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what is the cost to fix an overheating Subaru Legacy Wagon. Is it the thermostat? How much are they to replace?
I had a ford contour that overheated a lot. Took it to several mechanics and no one could find a reason to why it was overheating. Since I couldn't fix the problem, I just kicked on the AC when it started to run too warm and that kept it at normal running temp.
The further north you drive, the cooler the engine will get. If the problem doesn't resolve itself by the time you pass the Arctic Circle, you should call On-Star or AAA for further assistance.
Your truck is overheating because it needs a new radiator. I had the same problem, after I installed the new radiator and flushed out my remaining cooling system I never had a overheating problem since.
I suggest you take your car to the dealer and they might be able to fix the problem.
Possibly the thermostat is broken. Easy fix but if not that then it may be the water pump which is a bigger problem only because labor is difficult.
Valves will clatter if the engine is overheating.Valves will clatter if the engine is overheating.
Replace the head gasket. Yep.
Depends on the problem. If you want to fix the problem, then find the solution and use the solution to fix it.
are the cooling fans coming on
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could possibly be a overheating problem
Load & oil Same Problem.....
The engine could possibly seize.
trying to fix simular problem
There is no problem of gays in the military, so there is nothing to fix.
my 1991 b2200was overheating until i removed the radiator and sent it to be cleaned, problem solved.
I have the same issue. This appears to be quite common. This is apparently caused by overheating. There are a few places online that discuss how to fix the problem. As well, there are also repair places.