Degrees can have 2 menings: Temperature or Angles Temperature: is a way of saying how hot or cold something is. Angles: is a way of showing the angle of two lines
coolant temperature is too high indicating a probem such as thermostat, water pump or worse. Also means low coolant. Check it.
then you better stop and let it cool down
Could be a failed engine coolant temperature sensor. Easy enough to replace and not too expensive.
The gauge should be showing a minimum 195 with engine warmed up. I would start with replacing the thermostat.
There's a plastic overflow tank in the engine compartment that you use to check the coolant level (add and full marks on the tank), and to add additional antifreeze if its low. It typically has a big black lid on the top and is marked showing that its coolant. You can open this with the engine hot to add coolant....do not remove the radiator cap while the engine is hot. Do not mistake the coolant tank with the windshield washer fluid tank. Both are clearly marked.
Have you had the coolant temp sensor checked? It might be that the engine is running hot but the sensor isn't showing the temp is hot.
Eather temp senser or thermostat.
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The Haynes Jeep Cherokee 1984 - 1996 book has 7 different diagrams which show how to do that repair.
overheating isn't necessarily the reason the car is stalling. on a 93 there are generally 2 things to check when you have the problem you describe. the ignition coil, and the coolant temp. sensor. after the car dies, remove a spark plug wire, install a spark tester and see if it sparks. if it doesnt you may need a coil. a scan tool is necessary to check the coolant temp sensor(not related to the guage on your dash by the way). just hook the tool to the car, have coolant temp spec showing on the data list while you drive. when the car is fully warm it should read about 190 degrees F. have someone drive the car while watching that parameter. if it drops to anything below 50 degrees F while driving after the car is fully warm, it will probably stall. meaning you need a new coolant temp sensor
If you are not getting heated air blowing from the heater core and your engine coolant temperature gauge is showing LOW or below normal , ( then YES , IT'S POSSIBLE that your engine cooling thermostat is sticking open )
They begin at the equator, 0 degrees. The end at the poles 90 degrees.
Either the coolant level is low and needs topping up, or more likely that the sensor is faulty. Experience shows that for ever 10 cars with that showing 9 have a fault with the sensor. Check the level anyway!
An isotherm is a line showing equal temperature.
Engine is overheating. it could also just be that your radiator cap is bad and allowing the pressure to release too soon. Keep an eye on your temperature gage, if is showing hot or over heated then check coolant level and possibly water pump problem or head gasket, if not overly hot then suspect the radiator cap.
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When you start moving you increase the air flow through the radiator and increase the amount of coolant being pumped by the water pump. Therefore the temperature goes down. You're going to need to figure out why the temp. goes up when stopped. Could be low coolant. Could be partially plugged radiator. Could be bad electric fan clutch. Could be many things.
Conversion indicates showing the same temperature on a different scale.Here, 40 °C is equal to 104 °F, and 40 °F is equal to about 4.44 °C ,so the temperatures are not the same.(see the related question)
Generally via. the coolant reservoir holding tank in the engine compartment. Just look for the white plastic tank with the lid showing radiator info.
A bird maintaining a constant body temperature is showing homeostasis.
It refers to the level sensor in the header tank. Ie, your coolant level is low.