go to the forms for ford or try eBay ...
Most common causes are: Low on water in the cooling system, Stopped up heater core,
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Usually thru the dipstick hole!
A 1991 Subaru Impreza might overheat because of a leaking cooling system or because of a damaged thermostat. You might also have a damaged or leaking radiator or a cooling fan that is not working.
The 1991 Oldsmobile Cutlass cooling fan relay switch can be found attached to the right side of the radiator housing. The cooling fan relay switch should be labeled as such.
By taking it to a professional who has the skill, knowledge, and proper tools to perform this service. Also if it is low of refrigrant, then it has a leak. Adding refrigerant to a system with a leak without repairing the leak is illegal.
The sensor on the thermostat housing is a cooling fan switch. Cooling fan switch closes the circuit to engage the cooling fan(s) when the optimum temperature is reached. When not replaced, cooling system fans will either remain continually "on" or not function causing the engine to overheat, internal engine damage and/or temperature light illumination.
For 1991 Camry Automatic Transmission: 2VZ-FE engine (V6), dry fill: 6.2 qt, drain and refill: up to 2.6 3S-FE engine (4 Cylinders), dry fill: 5.9 qt, drain and refill: up to 2.6 All-trac/4WD, dry fill: 7.4 qt, drain and refill: up to 3.5
Its a suspension package... sportier suspension basically, with better brakes and a better cooling system too i think. This is right from a service manual. RPO code FE3 stands for Sport Suspension System
you need to refill it and also need to check the oil