This could be due to a bad temperature sensor, radiator cooling fan relay, or possibly even the radiator fan itself. Try tapping on the radiator fan to see if it starts to move while the vehicle is at normal operating temperature. If nothing then find temp sensor and unplug and jumper the electric connection with a paper clip to see if fan starts. If fan starts then replace the temp sensor. If fan does not start then suspect either bad fuse or bad relay.
The "radiator" cap is located on the coolant reservoir.
Pour the coolant in the radiator.
Where is it? Coolant is under 17-21 pounds of pressure be more specific
There is no radiator cap, you must fill through the coolant reservoir.
The most common cause is low coolant.
The only way to drain all the coolant is to unhook the bottom radiator hose. The radiator does NOT have a drain vale.
Probably at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
The 2004 Chevrolet Malibu coolant sensor float is located in the radiator. The coolant sensor float replace the level of coolant to the instrument panel.
at the bottom of the coolant reservoir tank.
Look for the hose coming out of the radiator and find where it enters the engine. Up under that junction is the CTS.
It's on the coolant reservoir.
The IAT sensor on a 2004 Dodge Stratus 2.4L is located where the radiator hose meets the engine. IAT stands for intake air temperature.
The drain plug for the coolant on a 2004 Nissan Quest is on the lower corner of the radiator on the inside. In other words, on the side of the radiator that faces the engine.Ê
no the 1996 -1998 is the same then the 2000-2004 is the same so it will not fit
The radiator drain plug on a 2004 Chevy Venture is located at the bottom, left side of the radiator. It allows for the coolant to be quickly drained during maintenance.
I assume you want to change out the water pump and would like to know if you can do it without draining the radiator. You will lose approximately all the coolant in the radiator reservoir when you remove the radiator hose from the water pump. If the coolant is in good, clean condition, it might be wise to drain the radiator into a container and re-use the coolant.
The thermostat is under the housing where the lower radiator hose attaches to the engine.
I assume you are refering to the radiator overflow bottle. The required coolant is red 5 year antifreeze(not dexcool).
Even without a cap, you still have a drain plug at the bottom of the radiator, it will unscrew, and release all your water, then you have a separate resovoir for coolant that you fill it back up with, it will say coolant on it.
On a 2004 Ford Explorer : The thread on cap on the engine coolant reservoir is the pressure cap / radiator cap
The thermostat is under the housing that the lower radiator hose hooks to on the engine.
Either at top of radiator or through coolant recovery tank
The thread on cap on the coolant reservoir is the " radiator " cap
The bottle on the firewall with the radiator cap on it is where you add coolant.
Radiator fan inoperative, thermostat stuck closed, coolant low, radiator restriction, etc.