Just like the radiator cools the water going into your engine, the condensor (located in front of the radiator) cools the refridgerant in the ac system. The temp of the radiator can directly affect the cooling efficiency of the ac. You either are having a cooling problem in the ac or in the engine. If your ac is not properly charged the heat from the radiator has a greater effect on the ac system. If you have already had this checked out, then you have a engine cooling problem. I had an explorer that did the same thing. Found out it was a two fold problem. One I had a small leak at a hose connection that would over time lower my coolant level and second,I had a thermostat that was working improperly. The thermostat was working enough to keep the eng from overheating but it was causing my water temp to run a little hotter than it should. Explorer gauges are known to not be entirely accurate so you SUV could be running a little hotter than what you think. Either one the eng cooling sys. or the ac sys. charge is nore than likely your problem. If you have a reputable shop nearby you can have your ac sys checked for a small price and sometimes free. You just need to be sure that it is a place that will tell you the truth for yu to accurately trouble shoot your problem. You could go the other route and go to a mechanic shop and have them check the cooling sys. This shouldn't cost much and yu might go ahead and have them flush it and service it if has been a while. After that is done and you still have the problem then you will know the ac needs serviced if it is still not working.
You have a short.
it has a big engine and it blows out fire to make it take of
use a nather one close to that many amps
Too much engine oil could be the problem.
yes they will do what they can
You probably shorted something with the water, check your fuses, replace any that are "blown". If the fuse "blows" again then start disconnecting connectors on the engine and get "all" the water out and replace fuse again. Not a good idea to hose down an engine especially if it's hot. you get water on a "very hot" exhuast pipe and you may crack it. TommyTrouble
If it blows every time you try to crank the engine over, the starter may have failed.If it blows every time you try to crank the engine over, the starter may have failed.
Answeri blow mine to blown head gasket. $600 to fix .oil goes every whereusually when we say an engine blows it is catastrophic like a rod thru the block or a broken crankshaft in other words you need a new engine
It's worn and sticking, once it gets hot enough it breaks loose and opens then it sticks again until it gets so cool that it breaks loose again, closes and lets the engine warm up. Replace the thermostat before you overheat and cause severe engine problems.
The engine blows. Usually pistons shoot into the engine. In most cases the engine will have to be replaced.
sounds like you need a new blower fan. costs approx. 200
The blower is common to hot and cold air. If it is only cold air that is a problem, then the problem is not the blower motor. The blower motor is actually in the engine compartment, passenger side at the firewall.
One of your sensors such as an 02 sensor has a naked wire that is grounding out blowing fuses
the cluster fuse is blown!Replace it!if it blows again you have an electrical short somewhere.
The current flow in the circuit has extended the rating of the fuse.
Cuz wyotech blows
The heater blend door is vacuum actuated. You have a vacuum leak somewhere.
The engine fan on a 2003 Pontiac Montana works by turning on when the engine reaches a certain temperature. It then blows cool air across the radiator and engine to maintain a constant temperature.
Had the same problem with 2001 Explorer Sport 4.0 SOHC. Thermostat was the problem. Engine was overheateing causeing rough shifting and warm air out of AC. $15.00 Fix!!!
The The fat lady has sung on that engine. Cheaper to get new engine or car than to attempt to repair -which would be unlikely
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