Keep the coolant temperature below 260 degrees Fahrenheit or you may overheat it.
Engine could overheat, can bust your radiator hoses. If ran for long while overheated you could blow the engine.
The coolant is below add in the coolant recovery tank. The engine would not overheat because only the recovery tank is low. It is also possible the low coolant sensor is bad.
Having a leak in a radiator hose will have no effect on the engine running or not. However, in time the hose leak will cause the level of the coolant in the radiator to drop below a critical level and the engine will overheat.
"COOLANT THERMOSTAT" -COOLANT TEMP BELOW THERMOSTAT TEMPERATURE
P0128- coolant thermostat ( coolant temp below regulated temp)
Anything below 240.
The heater is dependent on the coolant flowing through the heater core. If the coolant is low then there will not be any heat.
Front passenger side of intake, below plastic Covering. Just below coolant crossover tube. Interior gauge sensor is on the drivers side, of the front of the intake, just below the coolant crossover tubeRead more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/FAQ/811-9#ixzz1jtDpX7sl
bottom of the reservoir (coolant recovery tank) on the engine side (below fill line)
A line added below OR above the staff is called a ledger line.
The engine coolant overflow reservoir is to the left side of the engine compartment. Checking levels, adding coolant, and coolant specifications are detailed and illustrated in the Owners Manual - See "Related Questions" below for more
right below the coil pack
Trouble code P0128 means: Coolant Thermostat (Coolant Temp Below Thermostat Regulating Temperature)
A 50/50 mix of coolant and water generally gives you protection down to 30 degrees below 0 F.
the engine coolant temperature senson is located just below the throttle body on the front of the engine
The coolant temp sensor on a 97 Buick Century is on the side of the radiator. It is just below the radiator cap.
The date of the battle of Yorktown depends on whether you mean the date the battle started or preparations started. It could be September 28 or October 6. I have added a link for you to read to clear up the confusion. See below
p0128-- coolant temperature below thermotat regulating temperature---change thermostat first, and make sure coolant is ok!! then if it does not work. change coolant temperature sensor.
There is a petcock just below the lower radiator hose.
below the coolant tank in a black cover.
Your heater core is probably bad.
Mine has never overheated and I don't know of a PS3 slim that has had problems. The below answer may be from someone with an older fat PS3 yes playstation does overheat like in 8 hours so dont play long
The coolant temp sensor screws into the side of the engine. It is located just below the connectors for the heater hoses.
Front passenger side of intake, below plastic Covering. Just below coolant crossover tube.