I'm not sure on that particular engine but it can be found in water jacket on cylinder head, it should have 2 wires and if you remove it there should be coolant behind it.
It should be at the bottom of the radiator plus there is at least in the engine block.
Most vehicles have a coolant reservoir (a clear plastic tub) with a phrase "engine coolant only" printed on the cap. This is where you should add engine coolant.
The coolant should circulate through the entire water system.
Look for the radiator drain it should be on the side of the radiator facing the engine next to the fan.
Should be at the bottom of the radiator.
Look on the side of the coolant overflow bottle. There should be a low mark for the coolant for a cool engine, and one for a hot engine.
The transmission fluid could be leaking into the engine coolant through the transmission cooler in the radiator. You should be able to see the transmission fluid in the engine coolant recovery tank. It will look like a oily film on top of the coolant. White smoke (steam) out of the exhaust indicates engine coolant is leaking into a cylinder.This can be a result of a blown cylinder head gasket or a cracked cylinder head. Have the engine coolant system pressure tested to detect the leak.
Yes , on my 1995 Ford Explorer XLT there is a cold fill mark . When the engine is cold the coolant level should be up to the mark
it should be in one of the coolant lines leading up to the radiator.
Yes. There should always be some coolant in the overflow tank. Its level should rise when the engine warms up, and it should go back down when the engine cools.
you prob need to have your coolant checked out because when you work your engine the coolant is what keeps it at a good level so you should have the mixture of coolant to water checked out it should be 50/50
On a 2003 Ford Ranger : The 2.3 litre four cylinder engine has a thread on cap on the engine coolant reservoir , that is the pressure cap / radiator cap ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- On the 3.0 and 4.0 litre V6 engines , I believe there is a radiator cap on the top of the radiator , but with the engine cool you should add engine coolant to the engine coolant reservoir - it has a cold fill mark
If there is coolant on an engine, it is likely a seal or a hose is leaking or broken. It should be repaired immediately or the engine may seize up and quick working.
yes, should never add coolant to cold engine
your coolant tank should be on the pass. side inner fender
Bad sensor? Should be located at the bottom of the coolant recovery tank
For the 1999 Ford expedition it is recommended that you use the Ford Premium engine coolant which is green in color. You should not use the Ford extended life engine coolant which is orange in color.
That is the temperature sending unit for the engine coolant and it should be in the drivers side head between the first 2 spark plugs.
The coolant for a BMW x5 is placed into the coolant overflow tank on the left side of the engine compartment. It should be filled to the full mark when the engine is at operating temperature.
Fill your coolant reservoir and the light should turn off. Do it soon or your engine may over heat.
The coolant level is set by the level in the coolant reservoir. There is a line for the level if the engine is cold and a line for if the engine is up to temperature. You should fill it to the corresponding line.
Single Over Head Cam or SOHC. Though i should point out it is mounted on top of the cylinder head inside the valve cover.
Open the hood. Stand directly in front of the radiator. Look for the top hose coming out of the radiator and going into the engine cylinder head. The hose should be attached, with a clamp, to an aluminum housing on the head. This housing should have a little sensor with a wire. (Black with a yellow stripe if I remember correctly-maybe not) This is the ECT. The part it is fastened to contains the thermostat. Hope this helps.