A lack of water in your cooling system will cause your 2002 Pontiac Sunfire to overheat. A malfunctioning thermostat can also cause it to overheat.
One thing that would cause your 1999 Pontiac Montana to stall at idle is the idle being set too low. You should raise it to see if that fixes the problem.
Reduced engine power, on your 2005 Pontiac Montana, can because by several things. The most common cause of reduced power is a lack of fuel.
Any coolant leak can cause an overheat.Any coolant leak can cause an overheat.
The car will start but it will run rough and will probably overheat and cause worse problems.
Blown fuse, bad fan motor, or defective Thermal Relay.
Yes, low coolant will cause it to overheat without the AC; that is not the only reason that will cause overheating however.
After repairing the cause of the code, you clear it with a scan tool.
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A bad thermostat can cause an overheat. A bad temp sensor can show an overheat when the temperature is normal.
first suggestion would be the head gasket which Montana's are notorious for having problems with, followed closely by a crack in your cylinder head or engine block
A leaking heater core will cause the engine to overheat because the coolant is leaking out.
sometime the fan do not work which can cause the car to overheat. Also it can be a fuse for the fan. Check your thermostat.
Over a period of time the fan will wear, which can cause the xbox to overheat.
We are afraid to use the unit 24 hours because it might cause to overheat .What is really the cause of overheating?
the struts are probably bad and need to be replaced. you can get them at almost any auto parts stores
A faulty head gasket can cause a coolant loss which will cause an overheat. Exhaust getting into the water jacket will cause it to overheat very quickly. 5 minutes, 10 miles. With it cold, take the radiator cap off and start the car. Water should shoot out the radiator a couple of feet high.
no it can not.
A bad water pump or thermostat can cause an engine to overheat. A plugged (clogged) radiator or heater core may also cause an engine to overheat.
If oil pressure is low it certainly can cause the car to overheat. This is because the mechanisms are not being properly lubricated with enough oil.
If it blows in the right place. The exhaust is getting into the water passage which will cause the car to overheat. Probably in just a few minutes. With the engine cold, take the radiator cap off, make sure it is full. start the car. If the head gasket is blown, water will shoot out the cap for a foot or two.