Check the tension on the belt, it may be slipping. If tension is okay, you might need to flush the radiator or the entire cooling system.
Overheating can be caused by the thermostat, plugged radiator or a faulty headgasket. On the Saturn S-Series, overheating is more commonly caused by a missing air dam (if you mostly drive in town), or a failed cooling fan.
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Drain the water from the cooling system of your 1992 Saturn. Remove the water hose. Remove the thermostat housing retaining bolts. Take the thermostat out. Reverse the process to install the new thermostat.
The thermostat on a 1995 Saturn SL1 is located on top of the motor. The largest hose coming off the radiator will have to be loosened to access the thermostat housing on the motor.
NO, and NO. DO NOT REMOVE, first it will not run right. There is something else WRONG!The thermostat may have caused the head to warp, head gasket to have blown, but justpulling it will create more problems.Without a thermostat you may be able to go longer "times" without overheating, but meanwhilethe cars "brain" will compensate by loading more fuel, retarding timing and generallymaking the car run as if you just fired it up first thing in the morning...not to mentionno heat for you. Emissions will increase, converter will fail, and you still have thereason for overheating...besides getting crappy gas mileage (how does 15 mpg sound?)
The thermostat is usually located on the lower hose, where it attaches to the radiator
An auto thermostat is strictly a mechanical device, so no.
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Follow the top radiator hose to the engine, what that mounts to is the thermostat housing, remove this and there is your thermostat. * ** *** **** ***** Actually, on my 1997 SL2, the thermostat is on the bottom radiator hose. I would check the "Saturn Thermostat Pictures" link below, which also has installation and removal instructions.
There can be a number of reasons why an engine will overheat:A failed thermostatA worn out water pumpA clogged radiatorA blown head gasketYou'll need to narrow it down. There are a number of devices that can help you figure it out.
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One of the most common issues related to overheating on the s-series is a malfunctioning engine coolant temp sensor.
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Causes of overheating: Low/no coolant; cooling fan relay switch/sensor faulty; cooling fan motor faulty; thermostat stuck in closed position; water pump faulty.
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my 1996 keeps overheating too what the hell is goin on on freaking stupid car good luck partne
There are indications that the planet Saturn may have tectonics. There are some features that have been exhibited by Saturn and also Jupiter besides the earth.
Besides Earth? Saturn.
No, once a thermostat becomes so worn that it sticks, the best thing to do is simply replace it. A new thermostat is not that expensive, and the process is relatively simple.
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