If it was overheated at any time then you could have a blown head gasket or cracked head. The easiest way to check for this is to fill the radiator clear full, leave the radiator cap off and start the engine then watch to see if the water in the neck of the radiator looks like it is boiling. The neck is where the radiator cap screws on. If it has no bubbling or very very little then everything is fine and you need to look somewhere else. REMEMBER to fasten the radiator cap after testing or it will overheat.
bad coolant level sensor in either side or bottom of plasit coolant resivoir,
If the coolant reservoir can not maintain the proper level of coolant, it is possible the engine could over heat when the level drops.
The coolant level is low.The coolant level is low.
Yes, if the coolant level is low, or the pump is not capable of moving coolant through the heater core.Yes, if the coolant level is low, or the pump is not capable of moving coolant through the heater core.
Check the coolant level. Usually low coolant levels will cause this.
An incorrectly fitted radiator cap can allow coolant to escape the system.
Coolant level low or level sensor malfunction.Coolant level low or level sensor malfunction.
I believe that indicates your engine coolant level is low or you have lost your coolant
To check the coolant level of a vehicle first see look for the overflow reservoir. There should be a coolant dipstick with a level gauge on it. Remove it from the reservoir to see the coolant level.
Sounds like you need a tune up By itself low coolant would only cause overheating, if it is overheating that can cause runnimg complaints.
Hard driving can cause an engine to use oil, but not drastically. Coolant level should not be effected unless the engine overheats.
Well, the common cause for the light coming on is the radiator is low of coolant. But I assume you have checked the coolant level and it is ok. That being the case more than likely the coolant level sensor is defective and needs replacing. Can also be the problem is in the wiring.
The coolant level may be just a little low and you're getting air bubbles through the coolant that circulates into the heater core. It doesn't cause any problem and can make that noise even if there IS enough coolant. Sometimes, even when the coolant level is up, an air bubble can get caught in an engine and when it makes noise it can cause concern, but it won't damage anything.
Low coolant level or faulty coolant level senser. Did a radiator flush and replaced water bottle with sensor... still nothing.
check coolant level check thermostat may be stuck closed
Maybe low coolant level
No, the electric cooling fans turn on and off by a signal from the coolant temp sensor. The coolant level sensor only illuminates the low coolant light when you are low on coolant.
Sounds like your coolant is low or your coolant level sensor could be sticking closed after the coolant was low. with the dexcool coolant it becomes thick and cause the sensor to stick closed.
Coolant level.There are many other posts on the topic, you need to check the coolant level and start from there. Chances are you may have a coolant leak. No coolant = no heat.
First check the coolant level, a coolant leak would cause a heater to stop working- assuming you mean the blower is blowing but it isn't hot. A stuck thermostat will also cause you problems with your heat.
Yes, if it is leaking and the coolant level is low.
If the fan is not blowing, a fuse may be the cause. If there is just not warm air being blown by the fan, check your coolant level in your radiator. Low level of water and coolant will cause the heater to blow cooler air.
If coolant level is correct--sensor may be bad If coolant level is correct--sensor may be bad
Low coolant level.