The Cooling Fans ( 1 Small & the a bit Larger ). The Big One Is For Cooling The Radiator For Normal Engine Usage. When The A/C Is On The Smaller Fan Will Run To Allow More Air To Be Pulled Over The Condensor And Radiator, To Better Cool The Water & Make The A/C More Efficent. There Is A Sensor In The Engine That Controls The Cooling Fan This May Have Gone Bad. I Would Begin My Testing Here First. Then Test The Fan To See If It Is OK. Hope This Helps
you may have a cracked hose ***Your cooling system generally runs significantly hotter when the Air Conditioning is running. This is due to the extra heat produced by the A/C condenser located just in front of the radiator. You most likely have a defective radiator or cap, or a very small leak in your cooling system. The increased heat from the A/C causes increased pressure in the cooling system, and the leak becomes more evident.
The only water that should be leaking from an automobile would be from the condensation drain for the Air Conditioning or from condensation out the exhaust pipe.
Only thermal pollution to the source of cooling water. Even this problem is minimized if the plant has a closed circuit cooling system where only the cooling tower blowdown is discharged
No, the condenser is a mini radiator for the air conditioning system only. The engine cooling system is separate from this component. You just won't have any cool air!
Yes, low coolant will cause it to overheat without the AC; that is not the only reason that will cause overheating however.
1. Low on freon. 2. Bad cooling fan or fan clutch. 3. Bad compressor or clutch. 4. Bad receiver drier and expansion valve / bad accumulator and expansion tube. 5. Electrical issues. 6. Controller head. 7. Relay/module. 8. Bad grounds. 9 ECM problems.
Contraction/expansion of the various metallic parts of you car due to heating and cooling, particularly the exhaust.
Change your heat control sensor it mount on your heater motor on most models, it reduces the amount of voltage to the fan motor.
There are two cooling fans in the front of your car. Check to see if they are both coming on when it is overheating. If only one is coming on it either has a bad fan motor,bad sensor that tells it when to come on or maybe only a bad connection at the sensor. You may need a mechanic to check it out unless you know about how electrical systems work relating to cooling fans
The only possibility is a cross-connected line between the fuel lines and the cooling system, possibly in the exhaust vapor recovery system. A leak anywhere would be unlikely to enter the sealed water circulation.
You can only get gas heating and air conditioning. The gas heating and air conditioning is less because it uses less gas then how much water you would be using. The electricity for the heater and AC can be fairly cheep.
Only when there is a failure in the cooling system.Only when there is a failure in the cooling system.
You need to check the cooling fan relay and the cooling fan switch.it only turns on when needed.other then when you turn the ac on then its always on.The reason the fan runs with the air conditioning is "on" is to keep the high side pressure down. Otherwise it would increase to the point of something blowing out such as a hose or the pop off valve in the compressor. If the check engine light is "on" the it will have a code referring to the problem
Fuel level, heat or air conditioning up, both high and low, high only, floor only. Center vents are for air conditioning output only, no heat. Heat is designed to blow out side and floor vents only. NOT center. Center is only for air conditioning or summer vents.
Start by bleeding the cooling system of air. Google is your friend.
Evidently the cooling fan is not working.
The organelle that would cause fatigue is called the mitochondria. However, it will only cause fatigue if there's a defect in it.
It would cause excessive mud and the swimming pool would sink slightly. It would only cause a sinkhole if there was a hole underground under the pool.
The cooling fans are the only cooling source for a air cooled engine.
My guess would be the blower motor speed resistor is burned out.
Adding freon to an air conditioning unit should only be done by a certified technician. It is in fact illegal for anyone to add freon to air conditioning that isn't properly certified, so one would add freon by calling in a certified technician to do it for them.
Only when you don't turn it on.
antifreeze is intended only for an engine, not for a transmission. there is coolant FOR a transmission, i would say that there would not be sufficient cooling for the transmission. it would probably overheat.
Whenever the AC is turned on, both cooling fans also come on. Otherwise, during normal operation only one fan comes on when activated to maintain correct engine temp.
yes idiot the antifreeze is to keep the water from freezing