Most modern cars have electric fans which are designed to operate only when the engine is nearing the boil-over point. Cooling is accomplished most of the time by air moving through the radiator as a result of the vehicle's velocity. When sitting in traffic, or climbing a hill, the fan should operate when the coolant temperature reaches a preset value.
You need to go to a repair shop and not a parts house and have the light diagnosed. There is a reason and you need to know what it is.
Check coolant in Radiator!!! Radiator might be empty, fill it, it's probably the reason why your engine is overheated
No reason to if the intake gasket is the only problem you have. If engine was running smooth and was not overheated then there is no reason to fool with the HEAD gaskets
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Your engine overheated for whatever reason.
That depends on the reason why it's coming on.
Why does heat get absorbed by the engine must be discharged??The reason why heat is absorbed by the engine must be discharged to the atmosphere in one way or another because the engine will become overheated and eventually seize up and this is why a cooling system is built into the engine to cool it and prevent overheating.This is answered by J.G.NThank you for using this answer in what ever you need it for.
They are in the exhaust system. Some have them before and after the catalyic converter.
Yes, the check engine light is coming on for a reason. You need to take your vehicle into a service center.
Gas Lid not tight is the reason my eng. Light keeps coming on
Look over the entire engine for any loose parts. Listen to see where the noise is coming from. The noise could be anything from a loose bolt to an engine going bad.
I am not sure of the other 4 reasons But in my experience the top reason your check engine light comes on is because your gas cap isn't tightened all the way.
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Resetting the ECM without fixing the reason why the check engine light came on will only lead to the check engine light coming back on soon.
Road closure is a reason to be late for school. Radiator overheated is another reason why you are late for school.
Vehicle likely overheated, or for some other reason, the head gasket has been breached, allowing coolant to be burned in the engine. The coolant is consumed, appearing as whitish smoke emitting from the tailpipe.
the reason you here noise from your muffler are because less pressure from your engine is going fast.
The white smoke coming from the exhasut is a sign then engine has a blown head gasket. Coolant is getting into the combustion chamber and appears as white smoke at the exhaust. Maybe this is why the car has sat for 2 years?
the reason why smoke is coming from your engine is because it is on fire And the water is from the ac ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Assuming that the engine is running and warmed up , it sounds like you have a leak in a heater hose or radiator hose , or somewhere else there is a leak in the engine coolant system
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Check that your air sensor is plugged in/connected to where it should be - this is the most common reason for ETS light coming on
I'm not a mechanic / technician but by any chance have you not pulled out the engine oil dipstick . For some reason you are supposed to do that in order for the engine oil to drain
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They can mean a number of things, such as an engine issue or part failure. A mechanic has a computer that can interpret and diagnose the reason for the light coming on.