Try checking the EGR system, it uses exhaust gasses to cool the engine by reburning it with incoming air... if it's clogged, or malfunctioning, it can cause pinging (clinking?), detonation, and over heating.
There is an engine temperature sensor that operates the cooling fan.
its sounds like your motor could be knocking you should go to an mechanic
Stuck hydraulic lifter.
It could cause the check engine light to come on with a code concerning cooling system/thermostat performance.It could cause the check engine light to come on with a code concerning cooling system/thermostat performance.
There could be several reasons why a 1997 Ford Escort will not start. A few reasons could be the starter, the battery, spark plugs and wires, or even a blown engine.
Cooling system leak or engine overheating and steam escaping from the radiator cap.Cooling system leak or engine overheating and steam escaping from the radiator cap.
The cooling radiator needs to be used to keep the oil from overheating. If the lines are plugged, the engine could be ruined.
i think the biggest engine you could fit in a 1993 ford escort gt 1.8 is a 1998 ford escort zx2 2.0 turbo engine with intake manifold and coilovers to get hp that you can actually manage in the car. but then you would have to completely redo the wiring harness from a zx2 to a 93 escort and get the transmission from the zx2 to fit also in the 93 escort, with the right motor mounts youll be set.
Lots of possibilities, Check ignition modul first.
you need to check cooling fans with ac on
A possible reason the engine dies when the oil light comes on in a 1999 Ford Escort could be because it is in major need of an oil change. There also could be an oil pressure problem because the oil pump may need to be replaced.
The engine could overheat and destroy itself. It's a very bad idea to drive a car with no cooling system.
Yes. You'll need to change the exhaust and cooling systems.
It could possibly be the thermostat or the cooling fan. Let the engine warm up and when it gets to 232 to 235 degrees the cooling fan should come on. If not you need to go from there.
The engine cooling fan clutch could be locked up.
it could be your emission check sensor
this system operates using the engine vacuum. it could be a vacuum leak .
I'm not a mechanic / technician but it sounds like your engine cooling thermostat is sticking open ( assuming that the electric engine cooling fans are not running continuously )
I believe it turns on and off the fan (1 out of 2) that cools the engine according to the temperature it's at. If it doesn't work the engine may not know to turn the fan on and the engine could overheat. Here's a tip. When you turn on your A/C or Heater, both fans come on. The A/C cooling fan and the Engine Cooling fan.
The word escort is a verb in this sentence.
It is a little nozzle which is pointed towards the beneath of a piston in an internal combustion engine. It is linked to the pressurised side of the oil system, so cool oil coming directly from the oilcooler will spray onto the piston and cooling it instead of just cooling around the cylinder. This enables the engine to run a much more efficient combustion without the chance of melting a piston or overheating the engine which could lead to engine failure.
You could if you had a donor car. The trans, computer, wiring, cooling system, etc... are all different.
Theres no power getting to it. Could be fuse or relay. Depending on vehicle it could be something to do with your thermostat or air conditioning system. Hard to say not knowing the year, make, model of said car.
There are several possible causes for an engine to run hot. It could be low on coolant. The thermostat could be stuck closed. The engine cooling fan is not coming on. There is a blockage in the water jacket, or a problem with the water pump. It could also be a combination of those problems.
Engine straining Low coolant? Cooling fan not working? Plugged or restricted radiator? Water pump? System airbound? Defective radiator cap?