What could cause a Pontiac Montana to shut off after 10 minutes but not overheat?
your radiator fan not getting power... make sure that you hear it turn on if not then you have to check the wiring or plug or the fan itself just died...
If your car is low on coolant does it cause it to overheat when using the air conditioner What else can cause it to overheat while the air conditioning is on?
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.
What might cause a 1999 Pontiac Montana to overheat you flushed the radiator and changed the radiator hose What else?
Thermostat, water pump, defective cooling fan, or cooling fan thermo switch. The coolant system needs to be bleed so that all the air is removed. There are two bleed off valves located that need to be losened until all the air is removed from system. The owner's manual shows where the bleeder valves are located.
Why does 1991 Pontiac 6000 nearly overheat on dash gauge all the time despite new thermostat radiator fan hoses water pump?
What can cause a 1999 Pontiac Montana to overheat even after thermostat water pump changes and radiator flush and fill?
Many things,, Bad radiator cap weak not holding pressure, Air Dam, plastic air scoop just below the bumper underneath the front of the car, if it is damaged or bent straight down or back instead of forward it will not scoop the air up into the radiator properly. Fans not coming on or coming on too late which can be caused by fan relays, temperature sensors etc. These are just a few possibilities