Stuck thermostat, clogged radiator.
Low coolant? Cooling fan not working? Defective water pump? System airbound? Thermostat not opening? Hoses collapsing under pressure Radiator plugged or flow restricted? Defective radiator cap?
Low coolant Water pump not working properly Cooling fan not working Thermostat not opening fully Radiator plugged or dirty Check the radiator fan.
Blockage in the cooling system No or little fluid in the cooling system Radiator fan not working
Low coolant? Cooling fan not working?
Cooling fan not working, or your cooling system needs a complete service. The cooling fan should be on continuously when the A/C is on.
The radiator cooling fan is most likely not working.
If coolant is up to proper level and cooling fans are working - should not overheat
Evidently the cooling fan is not working.
It sounds like your cooling is not working when you turn on the a/c system...........
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.
Type your answer here... your cooling may be not working and you might have a partially plugged radiator
Yes, but there may be blockage in the cooling system which could cause your car to overheat.
You could have a stuck thermostat or your cooling fans aren't working.
my turn signals do not work in my 1992 Pontiac Firebird
I would suspect the cooling fan is not working properly. One of more of the cooling fans should run continuously when the A/C is on. If not the engine will overheat.
Check coolant level Cooling fan working? Dirt or clogged radiator? Defective radiator cap?
If the turn signals in the dash don't work, what about the outside front and rear turn signals? Working? Not working? If it's not working, replace the turn signal relay under the dash.
Simple things are : electric cooling fans not working, You have air in your cooling system, water pump is failing. The real bad, you blew a Head Gasket
More likely the temp. sensor. Yes it could be the relay
Possibilities: Cooling fan not working. Low on coolant. Clogged radiator, radiator hose or block.
Possibly a clogged or restricted radiator Low coolant Cooling fan not working Thermostat not opening fully
Blown fuse, defective fuel pump relay, clogged fuel filter, or the pump itself is defective.
Might be a virus or power problem. Also, check the cooling fan. If the cooling fan isn't working properly, your system can quickly overheat and will shut itself off.
More than likely the cooling fan is not working. Can be a blown fuse, defective fan motor, or defective temperature sensor relay.