Sounds like the thermostat is not opening soon enough. possibly it has been replaced with the wrong one, or it's going bad. replace with the correct one, and see if this corrects your problem. Other things to check. The radiator fan temp switch...
Almost never. This is a very difficult to read point of view and almost nobody uses it.
Point 4 would be 0.4 and point 115 would be 0.115. 0.4 is almost four times bigger than 0.115
same as any other car that overheats. It over heats. It can cause extensive damage which means lots of money, so a routine maintenance work would be nice.
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Everything would boil quickly, and almost everything is made of water.
See if your rad is plugged
Ohio is almost 45000 square miles and the halfway point from Cleveland would be different from the halfway point from Cincinnati. Columbus is centrally located. That halfway point is Miami... West Virginia.
Unless you have had the problem corrected by a certified mechanic, or have been told its okay to drive by a mechanic, then I would not recommend it.
They are basically an entire continent away, but if you want it in numbers that would almost 3000 miles. But it would still depend on your starting and ending point.
It would be a gas at 32 degrees. It boils at almost absolute zero, so it would be far past its boiling point at -423.17 F.
No. They are too simple to have such muscles. There is no point for an ant to throw up, it would be better to just die as they have almost no body mass.
most likely the thermostat, but these vans also have a history of blowing head gaskets...... It would help if you described symptoms
the jack position i would assume if no frame would be on the sides where the unibody meets in front of the rear wheel but i am almost certain there is a frame
check the weep hole on the bottum of the power steering pump.. if it is leaking the pump could be the problem..
Melting point it would liquefy, boiling point it would vaporize.
It can cause the head gaskets to blow. This must be repaired before driving again. If really overheated, you can blow your engine. This would need replacing.
might be a bad head gasket or radiator might be clogged or timing might be off you would need a machanic to look at it and diagnose it
As time passes water in the fluid evaporates and needs more so it Will suck it out of the overflow. It Will also dump it into the overflow if it overheats.
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I would suspect the cooling fan is not working properly. One of more of the cooling fans should run continuously when the A/C is on. If not the engine will overheat.
It stopped Lee'snvasion of the north. Had Lee won, it would have forced the Union army to attack him in areas near Washington, where he would have positioned his army, and the result would almost certainly have been a disaster for the north.
A good chance its the Idle Control Valve
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Water can only be as deep as the container it is in. On earth the deepest it can be would be measured at the deepest point in the Ocean. That point is the Mariana Trench, which is almost 36,000 ft (6.8 miles) deep. However, this is not a limit of the water. Only a limit of the earth.