it is probably your water pump
Change the thermostat. lol. Simple but the water pump wont work if the thermostat is stuck closed. Good luck. Kyle
change the water temp sensor
If you could find a body of water large enough to fit Saturn, yes it could float in the water. The density of Saturn is at 0.687 g/cmÂ³.
Could be the water pump is not working properly.
dose the electric fan run if not check the relay if it runs check the water pump
Yes Saturn has less density than water. Thus if you could put Saturn in a large pool of water, it will float.
If there was a body of water big enough, Saturn could float on it.
this could be due to defective or clogged thermostat
Check the radiator fan, fuse and plug. It could also be the water pump, but you'll need to do a little diagnostic work to find out what's causing the trouble.
Saturn is the least dense of all the planets and could float in water. Saturn has an extensive ring system.
My guess is the head gasket, have same problem. Nightmare
it could be the water pump or a blown head gasket
It could be coming from the water pump, or from the bottom radiator hose. If it is the water pump, change it before the engine overheats. If the engine in any GM product overheats, you will likely be installing a new one or rebuilding the old.
Thermostat regulator is malfunctioning, water pump pulley could be bad, gas bubble in radiator hose.
With the engine OFF & cold the fan should not turn more then a 1/4 turn or less. If it spins more then a turn that could be part of the overheating problem. I would check your water pump & belt.
Saturn has denstiy so low that it could float on water.
The planet Saturn
first check to make sure your fan comes on. if it does then there are several things that could be wrong. first do you have enough water/antifreeze in the radiatior. check to make sure you have no leaks. then replace the thermostat located in the top radiator belt housing connected to the motor. if it still overheats try replacing the water pump. if it still overheats after that check your oil to see if theres water in it if there is you blew a head gasket
Saturn, because it has a lower density than water.
The mean density of Saturn is 0.687 g/cm³ For comparison, the density of water is about 0.970 g/cm³. This means if you could find a bath big enough, Saturn would float in water.
Saturn is made up of mostly gases.So maybe at the core of Saturn there could some traces of frozen water.But there are most likely not any substances of water that is not frozen :D