im having the same problem with my 1994 I've replaced the heater core,thermostat,radiator,i checked the coolant, and it's not over heating or nothing and still no heat lol
Have you checked for Carbon Monoxide in the radiator coolant? If it's there, you have a leaking headgasket. The problem is, if your Nissan overheated for any reason, the head can warp and result in a leaky headgasket. Once that happens you'll never be able to keep it from overheating.
Hi have you checked the radiator for blockage if it is blowing water back out the radiator this could be the problem.
i have problem my dodge intrepid 97 v6 3.5 overheating just in the machine not a radiator system
97 Grand AM Try replacing the radiator.
check the thermostat or the fan motor could be the problem or a leak in radiator. just a thought
check the heater core stopped up radiator
with my 95 mx3 i was having the same problem all i did was adjusted the angle of the radiator and the over heating problem stopped id try that
have u checked the coils i had the same problem after i changed mine the kia was fine
I would have your alternator checked as I had a similar problem and changed mine. Worked fine after that.
If your radiator isnt leaking and car is having a over heating problem and coolant spewing out. Chances are your thermostat needs replaced. possible the radiator needs to be flushed. But more likley its thermostat
Sounds more to me like a radiator problem.
I had the same problem on a 1994 525i. Replace the radiator.
have you checked ur thermoswitch or the relay Simply check if the fan units are running when the engine is hot. Easiest to do when the hood is up. Are you losing coolant from the expansion tank, this could be a sign of failed Head Gasket.
Yes. Wall is no problem, as long as the thermostat is not installed above or near the radiator (or fcu or any other heating element).
Only if there is a problem with the radiator.
Check for current at the heater and both breakers. After that the only thing in the system is the control.
I had the same problem and fixed a few things on my divic...it ended up that I blew a head gasket...get it checked out
This is due to a bad radiator. Replace radiator fixes problem. Don't want to replace radiator cuz you think it's still good....cover half of the front of the radiator so air only goes thru half and the radiator in turn will run a little hotter...this will also fix your problem but the heart of the issue is the radiator.
You need to have it tested by a knowledgeable mechanic. They use some kind of blue liquid that should stay blue during the test. If it turns yellow, you have a problem. If your car is running hot and nothing else has solved the problem (thermostat, radiator flushed, leaking radiator, hose or pump..., you should have it checked.
This could possibly be a fuel problem. Has the fuel filter been changed ? Fuel pressure checked ? Is there dirt in the fuel tank ?
Radiator plugged or restricted? Cooling system airbound? Water pump not circulating coolant? Radiator cap defective? Radiator hoses collapsing under pressure? Defective gauge/cooling temperature sensor?
changing the valve cover gasket will not fix an over heating problem u need to check out the cooling system. Radiator, water pump, hoses, belts
in the pipes going to the radiator or you need a new radiator
Your radiator cap is made of metal and rubber. The metal and rubber are reacting to the rust in your radiator. Rust and oxidation in your radiator will deteriorate the cap at an accelerated rate. I suggest flushing the cooling system and replacing the coolant and cap. If it persists after that you might have a heat problem that is cooking the rubber right off the radiator cap. If this is the case you should check your thermostat and heating Coil.