You may have overheated the engine or seized it.
Assuming you still have some form of coolant (water) in your radiator then the coolant will freeze when the weather is cold enough, coolant expands when it freezes, this may cause permanent damage to your engine, such as split pipe's, burst radiator, cracked engine block
I've had an emergency operation after my ulcer burst but I still have diarrhoea
First replace your thermostat. To check circulation, fill the radiator and start the car with the radiator cap off. When the thermostat opens, you will be able to see water should circulate in the radiator. If the car is still getting hot, pull the radiator and take it to a shop. The will be able to tell you if there is good circulation, and if it will hold pressure. There should be no charge for testing.
The ozone in ozone is not fixed. It is still depleting.
Maybe it's not the radiator. Maybe it is one of the radiator hoses that is leaking. Or possibly the radiator cap or a level sensor.
No this is all Mytholagy sorry to burst your bubble
i tried it all it did was backfire still wouldnt start Spray the starter fluid into the air filter intake. If it backfires and will not start you have a problem that needs to be fixed.
Possible culprits: Faulty water pump; clogged radiator; faulty radiator fan; faulty radiator fan sensor switch. Possible way to locate problem: Raise hood and start the car; watch for fan to start when engine warms. If no start, problem lies with fan or sensor switch. After car cools down, hotwire fan to see if it runs, if not, replace fam n=motor; if yes, replace sensor switch. If the fan kicks on and still overheats and blows coolant into the overflow reservoir, you may have a bad radiator cap.
sorry to burst your bubble but no!
it will still start but u will commonly see coolant leaking from exhaust and ALOT of smoke blowing as well do not run vehicle more than needed better 2 not run it at all until fixed
Hot water in the radiator is under pressure and can burn you.
Not if he really was fixed, but some guys lie about that.
Miley is not is not a virgin sry to burst ur bubble
It will come out in the seccond half of 2010. Alpha testing is now over and beta testing will start. There are still flaws though and hopefully will be fixed.
It hooks to the top of the radiator just under the cap. If it does not have a cap it still goes to radiator.
If by 'fixed' you mean spayed then no. Once a dog has had a castration they no longer have their period.
it sounds like you need to burp the air out of the motor. if at all possible park the car so the front end is higher than the rear end- like uphill parking. fill the radiator with coolant and run the car continuously filling the radiator as coolant is being circulated. have the heat on high inside the car. when the air blows warm and the radiator coolant level is being maintained. put the radiator cap on and fill the resevoir. never remove a radiator cap from ahot car as severe burns can occur
Your radiator is probably leaking transmission fluid into your coolant. Trans cooler is built into the radiator. Replace the radiator.
try a radiator cap......or you have a head gasket leak.
take/call the vet because I doubt that is normal when we got our dog fixed she didn't do that.