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Why is my car over cooling?

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2016-11-26 12:24:29
2016-11-26 12:24:29

Could be a stuck open thermostat.

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when the car starts to over heat


Possibly over heating and worst case scenario a blown engine.


Stand in front of the car facing your back to it and then bend over...the cooling fan will plug in itself.


without it the car could over heat and catch fire


So that a car will not over-heat and blow up


Brakes don't contribute in any way to cooling the car


If there is no cooling system, the engin will overheat.


While your car is running the engine is heating up. While your driving you have air being forced over the radiator cooling it off. When you are sitting still you don't have that air so your engine is heating up even more so the cooling fan comes on to help cool you engine off. Via cooling the radiator.


It is heated to such a high temperature by going over the engine which is really hot and is part of the cooling system, the cold air goes over some part of the engine and comes out hot. It is part of the cooling system of a car, so therefor if your car has overheating problems turn the heater on.


well the cooling water or as you said (liquid) treated chemically so it does not freez and it does not boil inside the engine when running or freez over night when the car is parked .



NO it will not, It has NOTHING to do with the cooling system whatsoever.


BAd thermostat. clogged radiator, cooling fans not working, blown head gasket.


It's your car cooling down.....


Many people mistakenly believe there is a "cooling off period" for purchases. This cooling off period supposedly gives you the chance to change your mind and cancel a purchase, like a car. There is no cooling off period on the purchase of an automobile, unless it is in writing from the dealer and he agrees to this. Otherwise you bought the car and you own the car. You have no legal right to return it.Many people mistakenly believe there is a "cooling off period" for purchases. This cooling off period supposedly gives you the chance to change your mind and cancel a purchase, like a car. There is no cooling off period on the purchase of an automobile, unless it is in writing from the dealer and he agrees to this. Otherwise you bought the car and you own the car. You have no legal right to return it.


If the temperature of your car engine is still very high after stopping, the car cooling fan will continue to run, and the cooling fan will not work until the temperature drops.The above answer comes from Suzhou Santian Precision Mould Manufacturing Co., Ltd.


A cooling system schematic for this car can be found in the maintenance manual. It can also be found in the repair manual of the car.


This happens when the engine is too hot. This increases the flow air over the surface


Either you have low coolant, defective cooling system (bad radiator) or a blown head gasket (or all of the above).


You may have air pockets trap in the cooling system.


It Will usually have an air pocket in the cooling system. But it may just be the Air Conditioning equalising after you shut the car off. Start by filling the cooling system


your cooling fan(s) is/are not working your cooling fan(s) is/are not working


Yes, engine oil and automatic transmission oil can both get into the cooling system.


get in the car when it is cold, turn on the ac, then check under the hood. the fan that is not spinning when the car is cold is the cooling fan


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