Why do you say the engine is not heating up? Is the engine temp gauge working? Are you sure? Is the car heater working? The engine has no choice but to heat up. Did you install the thermostat Right side up? They are sometimes marked. Good Luck! You have a Puzzle.You may have air in your system and or you need to clean your heater core. also check your rad cap to make sure that it holds the pressure correctlyAnswerMore than likely the themostat wasnt installed at all. Or is stuck to full open and you arnt in a very hot area of the country! I had this because i live in south (super hot and had my thermostat go bad on way to work so on the side of the road i removed it (F150 4.2) completely ran great but would not get very warm to say the least when the smallest cold front came my truck wouldn't run! easy fix but i cracked a bolt in the block taking it off again and needless to say it cost me 200 bucks to get out LOL. take care and good luck
answer most likey u need a new radiator cap. if your system needs bleeding of air as suggested earlier, the vehicle will over heat
Drain antifreeze from the petcock at the bottom of the radiator.Fill antifreeze at the filler neck on top of the radiator.Top-off antifreeze by filling the overflow tank to the "F" lineDispose of antifreeze at your local Advance Auto Parts, free of charge.Stocker @ rdtiburon.comDavid @ votefordavid.blogspot.com
only if the thermostat is stuck open or has been removed
Because you need to bleed the cooling system. You should have a plastic bleeder screw right beside the radiator cape that you need to remove and let the air out, while filling the radiator. Do this while warm to make sure the thermostat is open.
Orange. Make sure to bleed out the air if you are filling the radiator.
You want to use a 50/50 mixture of water and antifreeze, but use the manufacture recommended antifreeze, it comes straight anti freeze in which case you would mix a gallon of antifreeze to a gallon of water or you can buy a pre mixed container of antifreeze if your just trying to top off
1/2 distilled water 1/2 antifreeze to the full line in the overflow container.
U UNbolt the Outlet---- (Gooseneck) where the Upper radiator hose connects 2 the Engine-- Clean the Gasket-or O-ring surface B 4 U install the NEW Thermostat-BE SURE 2 INSTALL the Thermostat the CORRECT way B cause some can B installed backwards & U will Toast the ENGINE due 2 OVERHEATING.I'd like to add that drilling a couple of SMALL holes (1/8" or 3/32") on the flat part of the thermostat (near where the valve will seat while closed) will allow air bubbles (which would otherwise be trapped inside the engine block when the thermostat is closed) to harmlessly flow into the radiator. This is helpful when re-filling the radiator tank.You will need to drain the antifreeze out of the radiator below the thermostat housing before you remove the thermostat housing or you will have antifreeze going everywhere.
NO ! ! - Absolutely NOT. Don't even run the engine. -Drain the oil and remove pan. Make sure all antifreeze is out of your engine before re-filling with oil.
If it doesn't have a bleeder screw on top of thermostat housing that can be opened alowing some antifreeze to escape. (some do) I would loosen the upper radiator hose and run vehicle until thermostat opens and antifreeze starts coming out -- careful it will be hot. Or loosen one of the hoses going into the heater core and again let water flow for a couple of sseconds. T avoid this problem, when filling cooling system, do so slowly allowing air to escape during fill procedure.
Should be a plug at the bottom or rear of the radiator
Unless I have drained the block and radiator, I have filled the radiator from my expansion tank in every vehicle I ever had. If you have drained your radiator and it is cold, take off the cap and fill it that way. If you have drained the engine block and have not change your thermostat, you will need to keep filling your expansion tank until everything is filled back up. I recommend changing your thermostat.
Open the bonnet, fink radiator filling cap, follow the L shaped hose, right at the end of it you have the thermostat housing, remove the 3 bolts and under you should see the thermostat. I think you will need a new gasket too by the way.
This thermostat is located on top where upper radiator hose meets engine for the 1.8 litre engine.Be sure you purchase a quality thermostat with the checkball.This engine is not as picky as later subaru engines regarding the thermostat but it is still advised to use a subaru thermostat if possible.Remove all air by bleeding, filling very slowly is best way to avoid the trapped air pocket
I also need an answer to this question, but my floorboard does not get wet. Is it clogged or is it a bad heater core? It is most likely a bad heater-core if it is antifreeze.
it is recommended that you add as much of a one gallon container of anti freeze as your radiater will hold .after that use plain water to finish filling it.
There are several methods for filling a basketball with water. One method involves carefully removing the plug from the inflation hole in the ball. Filling the ball, replacing the plug, and taping the entire ball to prevent leakage.
To change the thermostat on a 1973 Ford Mustang with a 302 engine, drain the radiator. Locate the thermostat under the upper hose assembly and remove the required bolts. Place the new part in position and replace the hose assembly before filling the radiator.
Normally $600 per ft Not including trenching and shoring and filing fees and inspections and back filling and tampering and under ground insurance and environmental concerns with back filling with clean fill
Drain the radiator. Remove the 91 Centurys top radiator hose. Unbolt and remove the top water inlet on the engine. Pull the thermostat from under the housing. Install the thermostat, a new gasket, and reinstall the inlet and top hose before filling the system with new coolant.
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By removing the oil pan, replacing the filter(s), resealing the pan, and filling the fluid down the dipstick tube.
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allows for the thermostat to always be open never fully completely shutting close. The old ones closed complete, then hoses blew, now you get the trickle and warning you have a problem. The jiggle valve is a big help in bleeding air when filling an empty system.
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Drain the radiator. Remove the LeSabre's top radiator hose. Unbolt the engine water inlet and remove to reach the thermostat. Pull the thermostat out and slide in the new one. Reinstall the inlet and hose before filling the system with new coolant.