Have you checked to see if the elect. fan comes on ?
They "reset" while driving at highway speeds.They "reset" while driving at highway speeds.
try changing your ignition coil
At highway speeds, YES!
If by this you mean only "hot heat" when drive at highway speeds likely thermostat bad and/or almost stuck and takes long time warm up from high engine RPM during highway driving.
A US highway is an all access highway, like a main road; it includes businesses, houses, and direct intersections. Top speeds on the average US highway are 55 mph. An interstate highway is a limited access highway that is meant for commute. It includes no property entrances, and interchanges at high speed. Speeds range from 65 to 75 mph (about 90 to 105 km/h).
when overheating occurs at highway speeds the cause is usually. a radiator or coolant circulation problem, Check for a restricted or clogged radiator.
Warrego Highway is open as of 14/1/11 from Toowoomba to Dinmore with reduced speeds on many sections.
Assuming the tires were properly balanced and a rim isn't bent, it's possible the CV joints are worn.
If the check engine light is or has illuminated, check for codes. The codes may help lead you to the problem.
I don't use mine until I reach highway speeds.
running out of gas??
About an hour at highway speeds.
The distance behind the car you are following
It will take about about 1.5 hours at highway speeds.
The same problem started when we got new tires put on our 2000 F-350 van. The sway was most noticeable at highway speeds. The problem turned out to be a bad tire with a separating belt. You should start with having your tires checked.
Yes, if you had to make a sudden move at highway speeds you may lose control.
Yes, it helps when driving at highway speeds.
Centrifugal force is a problem when turning at fast speeds.
To break the speed limit is to contravene the law which limit speeds on the highway .
When you're cruising along at highway speeds on level roads.
That completely depends on the speed, but at neighborhood road speeds, from 4-8 minutes. At highway speeds, more like 2 minutes.
There is no need for the fan to run while traveling at highway speed. There is plenty of air flowing through the radiator at high speeds to keep the system cool. The only time it will work at highway speeds is when the A/C is on.
Common cars can't do highway speeds (65 mph) in first gear and many have rev limiters.
No idea to be honest, but i have a 95 Corsica with a similar problem that will turn the Service engine light on after a while of driving highway speeds, or after reaching highway speeds and slowing down again. After getting the code read i found out it was for the EGR valve sensor. Basically meaning that its positioning fine at normal in town driving but not working as it should at higher speeds. Again i can't assure you this is a positive solution but i would recommend running your car as you would normally get on the highway and then while the light stays on going to AutoZone (They will run service engine soon checks for free) or a mechanic you trust. hope this helps.