it is formed by magma overheating and melting and coming up out of the mantle and slowly making layers of volcanoes.
No heat coming from the heater and the car overheating is usually the thermostat stuck closed. The thermostat is supposed to open up at a certain temperature allowing the engine to warm up quickly.
1. overheating 2. temperature of engine not coming up in winter 3. poor engine performance 4. low gas milage
are the cooling fans coming on
Is your fan coming on?
Coolant leaking from the pump shaft.Engine overheating.Noise coming from pump.Coolant leaking from the pump shaft.Engine overheating.Noise coming from pump.
Check the thermostat, it may be stuck in place.
your car is broken
If the car is overheating or if the temperature gauge is not coming up to normal operating temperature which is normally half way up the gauge then the thermostat needs replacing. As the water pump should be replaced at the same time as the cam belt every 90,000 miles, you should also replace the thermostat and coolant.If the car is overheating or if the temperature gauge is not coming up to normal operating temperature which is normally half way up the gauge then the thermostat needs replacing. As the water pump should be replaced at the same time as the cam belt every 90,000 miles, you should also replace the thermostat and coolant.
It MAY help with the overheating problem....but you really need to find out why it's overheating. Blown head gasket, stuck thermostat, bad water pump, fan not coming on, etc.
The water coming from melting of snow
Probably a faulty sender unit
Sounds like a sticking thermostat. When you say "the engine isn't hot", you mean "the radiator isn't hot", right? Because if the temperature gauge says overheating, your engine ishot
The low side port for the AC on a 1992 Caprice Classic is the larger hose coming off the compressor. It is in the rear part of the engine compartment.
probably a bad water pump................
Overheating or coolant leak.
Look at your thermometer. Or you can check for steam or smoke coming from the engine. Look and see how much coolant you have. And basically you can tell if it is overheating just by putting your hand by the engine after you drive it for a while. if it is abnormally hot, pretty good chance it is overheating.
1984 caprice does not have one, they started coming out in the late 80s ( 1987-88 to present ) you can always call a dealer or part store to be sure of this . hopes this helps
it would cause overheating but the smoke is probally coming from some sort of water or antifreeze in combustion chamber
If it's overheating only in town, but running fine down the highway, it's probably that your radiator fan isn't coming on. Could be a bad sensor, relay or fan motor.
I suggest you take your car to the dealer and they might be able to fix the problem.
The water coming into the river is not from a smaller river, it is from melting ice.
Is the secondary radiator fan coming on when the AC is turned on?
In modern vehicles, there are sensors which will prevent the engine from coming on when it is overheated. This is a protection measure.
it depends on temperature of the air and where the water is coming from.