If there is no cooling system, the engin will overheat.
It can if their is something wrong with the cooling system.
Not long, combustion gases (hot) generally enter the cooling system and cause the engine to overheat.
Yes, engine oil and automatic transmission oil can both get into the cooling system.
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.
If the car came with A/C, it would have had the 3-row radiator and a cooling system capacity of 14.7 Qts. If the car did not come with A/C, it would have come with the 2-row radiator and the cooling system capacity would have been 13.4 Qts.
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
Poor coolant circulation in the cooling system.
drain the whole cooling system and refill it. You will never know if you don't give details of your car!
The cooling system is a closed system. If there is smoke (probably steam) there must be a leak in the cooling system somewhere.
The cooling system helps keep the car from running too hot. A diagram for the 1998 Ford Taurus cooling system can be found in the car's maintenance or repair manual.
Pressure test the cooling system, or a leak down test to determine if its a blown head gasket. Combustion gases can leak into the cooling system via a blown headgasket, causing air bubbles, not allowing the coolant to circulate and causing an overheating engine.
Possibly over heating and worst case scenario a blown engine.
"ITS PART OF THE COOLING SYSTEM?? " That is what the part is, not what it does. The Condenser, condenses the refrigerant while releasing heat that was in the car. Allowing the system to cool the inside of the car.
never unless there is a leak in the cooling system
Alternator air conditioner air cooling system
There may be a leak in the cooling system.
In most engines the gauge and cooling fans have different senders, so if you have good hot air blowing inside the car from the heating system and the cooling fans on the radiator are operating, and still no gauge reading, you may have the wire disconnected from the temp. sender. The cooling fans can run after a car shuts down, as they are wired separate from the key on their own system, and will run until their sensor shuts them down.
The cooling system in your car (radiator) cycles fluid (water with anifreeze/coolant) through your engine to keep it from overheating. It carries heat away from the engine.
Probably still has air trapped in the system from an improper refill procedure.
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
The engine works hard and produces a lot more heat than when the car is driven on a leveled road. The car is usually driven slower on the uphill and there isn't as much air cooling the radiator. But the main reason it overheats is that the cooling system is malfunctioning.
Not if the cooling system is operating properly.
14 to 18 psi in all of the cooling system