Yes a bad thermostat would cause overheating in any car. A thermostat regulates the temperature.
No. The thermostat is not likely to be the cause.
A bad thermostat can cause an overheat. A bad temp sensor can show an overheat when the temperature is normal.
Yes, it can.
What hose ? Generally no .
Yes It Can.
By itself, the thermostat would have to be stuck closed causing a severe overheat condition to cause a loss of power.
Bad thermostat, cap and radiator is a common cause.
bad thermostat or bad heat gasket
U take the thermostat out, get a pot of water, put the thermostat in it and start it to boiling. When the water reaches the temp that the thermostat is designed to operate at it should open , if not , it is defective
Low Colant level, Bad thermostat, Bad sensor, cracked head
A bad thermostat, or in rare cases, a bad water pump.
Thermostat may be bad; or you may have a bad temperature sending unit You may have blown a head gasket when it overheated if you continued to drive the truck.
Yes, one bad cell in a car battery will cause the car not to start.
It will cause it to run sluggishly.
I've actually heard a bad thermostat can cause the evaporator core to malfunction.I've also heard of some a/c compressors will shut off if the engine temp gets to high which could be a thermostat issue. No, the thermostat has no effect on the battery or on the A/C. A thermostat either works correctly or it will stick open or stick closed. Sticking open will cause the engine to never reach full operating temperature, and as such your heater will not work properly. A thermostat stuck closed will cause the engine to overheat.
A bad thermostat or a bad clucth on the fan. Could be timing but not likely.
nope, bad head gasket..
A bad thermostat can cause overheating in a Nissan Frontier when the air conditioning is turned on. A bad compressor can also cause this.
Not directly, but it can crack or blow your head gasket. (Which will cause white smoke) Happened to me =(
Most of the time it is because the thermostat has gone bad and is not opening at the proper temperature. Cure: replace thermostat. If the thermostat has been replaced, flush the radiator. Buildup of residue in the bottom of the radiato0r will cause overheating, but it is maintained over heating, not temporary.
If it is stuck open, the answer is yes. When in doubt, just replace it.