Why does your 1986 GMC pickup overheat with coolant boiling back into the reservoir when it pulls any size load up hills?
There many other reasons for a vehicle to overheat besides thermostat and radiator cap. one example is retarded ignition timing.
Does the radiator overflow reservoir need to be full for the heater to work in a Toy '94 4x4 pickup?
The first step in removing the window washer fluid reservoir in a Dodge Ram 1500 pickup truck is draining the radiator. Next you will remove the upper hose for better access to the reservoir. Detach the hose and remove the wire harness surrounding the reservoir. Lastly, release the mounting tabs and pull upward on the reservoir.
How do you determine where an antifreeze coolant leak is coming from on a 1994 Dodge Ram longbed pickup The leaking only happens after the truck has been driven and the engine has gotten hot?
Losing a lot of coolant can be a serious problem if you don;t keep an eye on the coolant level. Low or no coolant will cause the engine to overheat and cause some serious damage. If the vehicle is not blowing white smoke (steam) out through the exhaust (a sign of blown head gasket or cracked cylinder head); if the radiator or radiator hose(s) are not leaking; if the water pump is not weeping (a…
Engine coolant is leaking from the rear of motor on my gmc Z71 pickup truck. what are the possible causes of this problem?
Your brake lights flash momentarily when you push them on your 97 Chevy pickup where should you start trouble shooting?
Check your brake fluid, if the brkae fluid reservoir is empty fill it up with dot 3 fluid and open all bleeder so the air on the line will bleed out, don't let the reservoir empty, fill it up as it goes. Only open the bleeder if your brake reservoir was really empty. Or your brake pads are all been worn out.
Yes. There is coolant flowing through your heads and if that gasket is blown then coolant could be entering your cylinders, causing stalling. Check your oil, if it is "Chocolate milky" looking, then you have coolant entering your oil, possibly from a blown head gasket or many other locations. Hope this helps. Remember to start with the simpilest solution first.