if the t stat isn't opening up at the temp its set to open up at then yes. If your mechanically inclined you could pull the t stat out and put it in a pot of boiling water to see if it opens up if it doesnt open the replace hope this helps a little
Thermostat sticking. Replace thermostat and gasket.
in neutral while engine warm and running. be sure to have emergency braake on.
with engine not running,turn key to on then put transmission in neutral then start engine this will usually fix the problem also check fuses there is one fuse that will cause the lockout if fuse is blown
Pull out the transmission dipstick (red handle) just as you would for checking the motor oil, but with the engine running and the transmission in neutral or park.
Yes, but don't tow it in drive or neutral, it will damage the transmission
You add some ATF (automatic transmission fluid) and hope your transmission isn't shot. Typical fill level is found with the vehicle in neutral and running (with parking brake on!) and the fluid is warm.
If your car has a automatic transmission, put car in neutral get a rolling start then switch to Drive. If car stays running your problem could be a solinoid switch in transmission. The trans. is stuck in second or third gear which would cause your car to stall out.
yes. check your owners manual to see if it has to be in park or neutral though.
Car on level ground. Engine warm- low idle. Parking brake must be working, Engine running, transmission in neutral. Check transmission dip stick.
Try the thermostat, second see if the heater core is plugged up if that's not the problem see if the engine is even running hot enough
That depends on the thermostat. If it's a 185 thermostat, the engine should run at 185. If it's running too hot, check the thermostat, radiator and water pump. If it's running too cold, replace the thermostat.
With the engine running , stop , hold foot on brake pedal , shift transmission to neutral , select 4 low , put transmission in gear
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Bad water pump , problem with engine cooling fan ( if it is actually running hot and not a problem with the gauge or sending unit )
If the transmission has a drain plug in the pan, remove the plug, allow to drain for at least 1/2 hour, so that the torque converter will drain, replace the plug, add fluid, run engine, put transmission in drive, neutral, reverse, neutral, drive, repeat for about 5 minutes, check fluid level, top off if needed, repeat running in drive, neutral, reverse. If the transmission does not have a drain, you have to drop the pan, which is best done by a transmission shop.
check it on the dipstick while the engine is running in either park or neutral.
Pull the transmission dip stick out and read it. It will tell you what fluid to use and how to check it. With the older Chrysler automatics, they want the engine running and the transmission in neutral to get an accurate reading. ATF+4
The thermostat controls only the temperature of the water.
That definition means that for some reason the PCM is seeing a low input from the ECT sensor. That could be sensor problem, a wiring problem, or a PCM problem, but the most likely problem is that the truck is actually running too cold. That could be a stuck open thermostat, or an incorrect temperature thermostat installed.
Yes, the car must be put in Neutral gear, after going slowly though each gear.
Perhaps plugged radiator - have it boiled out or replaced
Type your answer here... it is possibly a torque converter problem or transmission faulty
It is towable only if it is a manual transmission in neutral. An automatic transmission is not towable unless the front wheels are put on a dolly or raised off the ground. The reason for this is that the pump that supplies lubricant to the transmission only runs when the engine is running.
Replace it with the exact same temperature thermostat as the one you removed. Do not run the engine without a thermostat. The thermostat is required to keep the engine running at the optimum temperature that will give the best performance and mileage. If it is overheating running it without a thermostat is not the solution.
put you truck in neutral with motor running ...pull you dip stick ....better put the emergency on