A/C or defroster on Relay stuck in closed position Temperature sensor not sensing proper temperature
radiator fan relay has failed. It is found in the fuse box under the hood.
Cooling fans are controlled by the computer based on input from temperature sensor. After the vehicle is shut down, if the temperature is still high, the computer will turn on the fans to cool the engine.
My ignition relay was damaged and it caused my starter to go out, which cause my car to shut down.
Some cooling fans will stay running even if the car is shut off to cool down the motor. Once the fans thermostat gets tripped to shut off, the fan will continue to run.
With many cars now days, the fan may continue to run after the car is shut off, or they may even start and run for a while after the car is shut off. An engine will actually get hotter for a short time after being shut off. Sometimes that will trigger a sensor to turn on the cooling fan. If it continually runs after being shut off, it could be a faulty temperature sensor, or a faulty fan relay, or even a bad computer.
Simple answer: yes! Absolutely yes. It can even cause the liver to shut down.
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
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doubt that a t-stat would cause a car to shut down and restart when cold check for an ignition module proublem
to dissipate the residual heat in the radiator it will shut off automatically
The cooling fan will turn off when the temperature drops to normal temperature. When the temperature generated by the device does not cause damage to the device, or when the device is no longer in use, the cooling fan will be turned off.The above answer is provided by Suzhou Santian Precision Mould Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
It could be out of gas.
Possible bad ECM.
what are the system when the pancrease shut down ..after the doctors put a stencil in the bile duct,,what are the systems if it is not taken care of?
You have to find the leak in order to know what to fix. I would suspect you have a leaking radiator, but that is a guess based on your description.
Yes this can cause the engine to shut off. This the main input to the engine ecu.
might be the thermostat stuck shut The radiator and cooling system could be low on coolant
I've seen this happen in Honda's. Does it remain running for long periods of time or never shut off? If it is only running for a short time, it's cooling off your engine still because it's still really hot. There's nothing wrong with this.
is a group of organs that work together for one purpose. If any one of these organs were to fail, it would cause a substantial amount of stress on the other organs, and may even cause an entire system to shut down resaulting in death
it could be the Alternator
Possibly low fuel pressure
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