Check the level in the coolant reservoir. There is a line "wall" in the jug. The coolant level should be just above that line. If it is then check if your reverse lights work. They are on the same fuse. If they work, you probabaly need a reservoir as the level switch is faulty
GM dexcool is what it came factory with. It's good for 5 yr 100km. You could thouroughly flush system and use green but there is no problem with the dexcool
it could be that you've put too much coolant to percentage of water in
It could be symptomatic of a larger problem. The coolant may not be circulating properly, or the indicator panel or car's computer could be developing trouble.
The coolant leak is pretty cut and dry - you have a leak somewhere. The lukewarm heat (assuming you're referring to the car's heater) could be for a number of reasons. Insufficient coolant could be one of those. Your coolant could be burnt out. It could be a problem with one of your heater hoses. You could have a worn out heater core.
If the seat warmer on a 2004 Saturn Vue is not working it could be a problem with the heater element. This element can be found under the seat and will be easier to access from the rear of the seat.
An old or non-working radiator cap.
You could possibly have a circulation problem, or a over heating problem. Need more info.
Intake manifold gasket
My car is is running hot and smoking... i discovered the coolant was low i added new coolant and its pouring out the bottom of my car My car is is running hot and smoking... i discovered the coolant was low i added new coolant and its pouring out the bottom of my car
If it is an automatic transmission, the cooler in the radiator is most likely leaking into the coolant system.
A bad coolant temperature sensor is one thing that could cause an idling speed problem with a Peugeot 406. There could also be a problem with the idle control valve.
Depends on how long it runs but if it's only a second probably the coolant sensor isn;t reading the correct temperature and so it's not getting enough fuel Also could be a fuel pump problem
coolant tempure sensor,thermastat
Could be low on coolant or a faulty thermostat.
Could be a problem with the thermostat housing or it's gasket, could be a problem with intake manifold gaskets, could be a problem with heater hoses or the fittings that screw into the manifold.
An abundance of hydrogen. With enough fuel cells, Saturn could power the Earth for millions of years. There's just the problem of getting it!
There could be several reasons. Under normal operation, the vehicle will experience this as the coolant heats up and expands into the over flow. A bad water pump, low level of coolant, as well as a clogged radiator could also cause this problem.
It's a coolant system problem. The most popular reason is low coolant. But it could be a leak in a hose, radiator, or gasket. It could also be a bad water pump.
It could be transmission fluid or coolant, or a problem with the catalytic converter.
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Head gasket? Low coolant level? Water pump not circulating coolant? Thermostat not opening? Radiator plugged or restricted?
It could be that your head gasket is blown.
my heater doesn't work in my 04 Chevy impala. My coolant levels are correct, and this still does not correct the problem. Could it possibly be the coil in the dash. If not what could problem be?