The fan is meant to cool the radiator even after the car has turned off. Some vehicles have a heat type sensor to activate when the fan should "kick" in, others just automatically intermittantly run for a few minutes when turned on or have a set time for after it's turned off. Maybe when you did the wiring you inadvertantly disconnected something necessary to the start up of the vehicle. Sounds like you installed the fan to work properly so I would just concentrate on what wiring you were near when you put it in...something simple might've come off or loose.Answer
I found the problem to be a poorly connected ground. After cleaning the plug the housed the ground; my problem was solved.
Greatestmind weighing in on this. Now it seems like you are saying your fan works fine but the coolant still overheats. If this is the case check your thermostat, and hope your water pump is working properly. Feel the inlet and outlet hoses on your radiator after about 5 minutes of engine running, both should feel hot to the hand.
There is only one thing you can do if your Heater in your car is not working. You will have to take it to the dealership and have them look at it.
Your radiator is your cooling system in your car so your car would over heat if you don't get that fixed soon and if it's a radiator at a house you would have no heat because that's a heater for your house
There is no such thing as a hot stock tip. The only such thing would be insider trading which is illegal. I would only work to keep an eye one what is invested and to watch for anything in the everyday economy which may have an effect.
no.they eat up your hoses so the best thing for that is to take it to the radiator shop it should't cost no more than 100.00 to have fixed and install back on the vehicle
Food coloring and sponges is about the only thing I can think of that would work as an ink pad. Fill the sponge with food coloring and it would work as ink pad.
Nope, that would be sexist.
If you mean a freeze plug, that is usually in the engine block, not in the radiator. Maybe you mean a clogged radiator. If that is the case. First you would flush it out with water. You can remove the hose from the bottom. Then reattach the hose and add water and a chemical radiator flush product that you can buy from the auto supply store. Drive for about an hour of more. Then flush out the radiator again. Refill the radiator with water and see if your engine runs cool enough. If all that does still does not work go to a radiator shop and have them rod it out. If they can't do that, you may have to put in a new radiator. Good luck. One more thing. You may also want to check the thermostat.
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Yes, only they would come out thicker. If you put in a smaller amount of the batter maybe it would work better, but, yes, the only thing is they would look like waffles, not pizzelles.
Generally no because the one for the automatic has a trans cooler built into it. I would have to disagree as long as everything is the same the radiator will work. And you do not have to plug up the transmission fittings on the radiator because it is just an in and an out. If you hook nothing to it, nothing will come out the other side.
Will a 99 Cadillac deville radiator work in a 2000 Seville
A hot radiator releases excess coolant through the spring-loaded cap in to the reservoir, and when cooled the partial vacuum created by cooled radiator pulls it back in. A reservoir should be only about 1/4 full cold on a system that uses a radiator cap, some cars have a pressurized cap on reservoir and no cap on radiator
Yes, but for the only thing to be using for college, no...I would suggest buying a Mac Book pro for college...
Radiator cost $120, and work is any where from $50-150, i would do your self and get a radiator from pull a parts or salvage yard. get 1 around $30-$50 bucks
Yes, that is a very old temporary fix for a radiator with a slight leak. Although it has been shown to actually work, I would not recommend it. If you have a leak, have it repaired and do not use any type stop leak. They are for emergency use only! * The egg has the potential to clog parts of the radiator, reducing it's effectiveness. As said above, the egg is for EMERGENCY and SHORT TERM use only.
No. The only thing they make lighter is your wallet.
Does the radiator fan work? If not, have it checked or check it out yourself.
A very likely cause is a failed radiator fan.A very likely cause is a failed radiator fan.
Defective radiator cap?Fan temperature sensor defective?
i would guess that they work in laboratories or some thing like that or maybe their work place is in the outdoors.
YOUR WASTING PEPPER. It won't work. Replace the radiator.
Ain't no easy way. Pull the radiator for more room to work. Be patient and take your time. The only easier way would be to pay someone to replace it for you.
it work with water on it,and cool power of engine
only one comes on for your radiator and the other is for your air condition.