Cooling a magnet would cause the magnets atoms to work slower. THIS would cause the magnetic force to work faster, increasing its strengh.
Do you mean the cooling fan? If so engine temperature has excedded 235 degrees Check coolant level
No, increases in carbon dioxide in your atmosphere would cause a warming trend.
The cooling of air with water particles in the air would cause mist.
The radiator cooling fan is most likely not working.
lack of coolant . no cooling fan operation, low engine oil, improper coolant mixture, thermostat stuck, debri on radiator , restriction in cooling system.
Assume question is about evaporative cooling rate Ether had vapour pressure of around 0.7 ATM it would be readily evaporate in air. The ether would be a lot colder than water and cause higher cooling rate. However, if the matter talk about conduction cooling or cooling per unit mass it might be different answer from above.
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Hey Craig==The most common cause is the cooling fans are not operating correctly. Check them out. GoodluckJoe
the heast causes the cooling fluid to evapourate so pour cooling fluid occastionally
Could be clutch cooling fan engaging
Faulty radiator cooling fan switch or circuit; Worn or damaged cooling fan motor or circuit; Broken, missing, or defective fan blade(s); Incorrect operation information being delivered and sent from the EEC (ENGINE CONTROL COMPUTER).
1 simple cause may be a damage radiator cap or simply low fluid.
The usual cause of cooling system pressure surges is a bad head gasket. The compression from the cylinders gets into the cooling system and raises the pressure. Have a mechanic run a compression test to see if there are any big pressure changes between the cylinders.
Is it possible that it was steam and not smoke? If the AC freezes up, it will stop cooling until it thaws. Then, it will being to operate again.
Possible reasons for overheating: Low or out of coolant Clog in cooling system Thermostat failure Cooling fan not operating water pump failure
Pinched or blocked transmission cooling lines
Check the operation of the cooling fans. However, if you are driving at highway speeds the cooling fan would not be needed, therefore it could be a defective thermostat or a clogged radiator, in which case a radiator shop could clean and refurbish it. If not driving at highway speeds, the check not only the fan, but the thermostatic switch controlling the fan and the fuse/circuit breaker for the fan system
It would be very rare for them to do so.
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.
Many newer model vehicles have fans that keep running. I would bet yours is supposed to run for a minute or two to assist in cooling.
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If air is trapped in the cooling system and is not removed, yes, it will cause overheating.
simply having a blown fuse would not cause the engine to run hot. But, it depends on what fuse is blown. a fuse blown for the cooling fans would make it run hot.