it could be the water pump but i would be 80% sure its probly the thermostat which runs about 8-10 bucks at autozone. you can check it by putting it in a pot of water on the stove turn on the heat and and use a thermometer to watch the water temp with you vehicle it should open around 195 degrees if it dosent then there is your problem. to find the thermostat follow the upper radiator hose from the radiator back to the engine the hose connects to the thermostat housing unbolt the thermostat housing (usually 2 bolts) and remove the thermostat replacement is in the opposite order also get a thermostat gasket to replace the one you will mess up when you remove the thermostat housing there are like .99cents it could also be that the cooling system has become clogged with sludge not letting the coolant flow to check that remove you radiator cap and look into your radiator and see if there is a lot of sludge type stuff usually brownish in color if that is the case have a cooling system flush done on you vehicle. DO NOT DO ANYOF THIS UNTIL THE VEHICLE HAS SAT NOT RUNNING FOR AT LEAST ONE AND A HALF HOURS AND HAD A CHANCE TO COOL OR YOU COULD SUSTAIN MAJOR BURNS i hope this helps and happy holidays
I think it was check the heating censor
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You could possibly have a circulation problem, or a over heating problem. Need more info.
pollution could be one problem. Another problem is oil spills. That happens a lot when getting oil from the ocean bottom.
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what could the issue be if you're Whirlpool Duet Gas Dryer turns on, the heating element lights up, the gas turns on and in a few minutes turns off, it may go through this cycle a couple of times but does not stay on.
check the thermostat or the fan motor could be the problem or a leak in radiator. just a thought
The most common cause is a blown head gasket. Biggest problem is that it'll get worse.
It could be any number of things, but first check the battery. If it's not that, then you have a bigger problem.
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Heating a liquid could change it into a gas, such as steam, when you head water.
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No problem if it's the same voltage, it will just last longer. But it might be significantly bigger, which could be a problem.
An electrical problem.
could have and air lock in the system
It could be due to a deffective element or possibly a build-up of sediment in the bottom of the tank.
It could be something as simple as a bad fuse
There are a number of possible problems when a dryer is not getting hot. If it's an electric dryer the heating element may have burned in two. Or the relay that switches power to the heating element could have gone bad. If it's a gas dryer the igniter that lites the burner could have failed. The control that commands the heat to come on could have failed. These are other possibilities
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Your heating element is going out and that is why the fuse blew as well. You will need to have the heating element replaced in order for the dryer to work like it did when you bought it.
Could be a number of things, when was the last time you had the car serviced for regular maintenence coolant flush, or it could ba a bad heater core aswell. Either way I suggest you have a technician look into it
It could be a problem with over heating. You could try running with the side panel up or using a cooling system. There could also be a manufacturer's defect with the battery or charger, in which case you'd have to buy a new one.
From easiest to hardest: Does radiator have enough coolant? Is the fan working? Could be a bad thermostat. Water pump (there is a small hole in the bottom of the water pump. If there is water dripping out of the "weep" hole, then the water pump is bad). Could be a blown head gasket. (Is there any water in the oil or does the coolant in the radiator have a fuel smell?
There could be 2 things. First check the thermostat. Easy way to check remove it and toss it in boiling water if it opens it's still good if not that's the problem. If it isn't it could also be the water pump. Don't drive it if it's over heating, you could mess up the heads on the truck.
It could be a problem when the laptop asks for 4.74 amps and the adaptor can't do that without heating up too much.