Water swishing noise may be due to a seriously underfilled radiator-- the shop rushed the job and did not clear the air pocket inside the engine. With cool engine, remove radiator cap, and ensure the coolant is right up to the lower lip of the filler neck. Replace cap, and drive. Recheck again the next time engine is cool. Also, make sure your coolant reserve bottle is at least 1/3 full when cold. Remember, never remove a radiator cap when the engine is at all warm.
A 1991 Subaru Impreza might overheat because of a leaking cooling system or because of a damaged thermostat. You might also have a damaged or leaking radiator or a cooling fan that is not working.
a hole in the radiator
Blown Head Gasket
There are several causes that will reduce the water level in your car radiator. The most common cause is evaporation. Engine overheating will also reduce the radiator water level.
Normal causes are low coolant and an inoperative radiator fan.Normal causes are low coolant and an inoperative radiator fan.
Consider replacing your radiator cap . .
Expansion of the water inside due to heat causes the system to be pressurised.
a bad radiator -automatic portion of radiator not cooling off transmission
There are various things which could cause a cracked radiator. You should try to consult a professional on the matter.
Airpocket(s) in the cooling system. Did you flush your radiator recently? If you didn't then it might be cracked, and letting air in, or the fluid might be low.
The Diff oil ir either needing changed or topped up, if its a whining noise that is.
Possible causes include an inoperative radiator fan and low freon levels.Possible causes include an inoperative radiator fan and low freon levels.
Smoke from the radiator would be do to a leak evaporating off of it. Find the leak repair or replace necessary parts.
loose/cracked radiatior hoses
Cracked radiator end caps since the tranny fluid runs goes threw the caps for cooling that is the only way tranny fluid can get in the radiator
hi, blown head gasket, cracked head or block or automatic transmission oil cooler in radiator leaking
Possible causes for overheating include failed serpentine belt, failed water pump, internal or external coolant leak, restriction in the radiator, or inoperative radiator fan.
There are many possible causes of overheating. They include low coolant, inoperative radiator fan, failed water pump, missing belts, restricted radiator, failed head gasket.
Maybe your cooling/heat system is all plugged up with radiator deposits. You could try flushing the radiator and see if it helps.
In general it can cost between $50 to $200 to fix a radiator in a Ford Expedition. This is based on the different causes of the radiator being broken or if it had to be replaced.
A leaking head gasket could cause this.
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