the water pump is out or your sending unit is no good or you need to use your engine reset There's a few things that could be wrong, including a stuck thermostat or the temp sensor that triggers the cooling fans. (All that assuming there are no leaks.) I'm going through this what's-the-cause? game right now with my dealer.
There are a number of reasons why your 99 VW New Beetle might be hesitating including overheating. Your Beetle might also have a leak in one of the fluids.
easy if you add fluid get transmission serviced filter and fluids changed and bands checked
yes- in CHECKED bags
It sounds like you're heading for a complete engine rebuild approximately $1,000.00. WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOU CHECKED YOUR FLUID LEVELS AND THE CONDITION OF THESE FLUIDS?
try stopping to get gas at a full service gas station and ask them to check your fluids (all or just tranny), they should do it at no charge...now as for filling it they might charge or get it checked when you get your oil changed
All fluids should be checked when you purchase fuel. All fluids except for the transmission fluid should be checked with the engine off and at operating temperature. The transmission fluid should be checked the engine running and the transmission in PARK if automatic or NEUTRAL if manual.
It is suggested that the oil be changed on the Suzuki Raider J when it is ready for a tune up. It is also recommended that all other fluids be checked and you should change the spark plugs.
Yes, I assume you are talking about flying. As a checked bag there are no limits on fluids but as a carry on you only get 1 Quart of fluids and each individual container has to be less than 3 oz.
Not unless they say they will.
change the wiper fluids, or get it checked out
If the check engine light is or has illuminated, check for codes. The codes may help lead you to the problem.
you should check your power steering fluid. it may be low. if you don't know how, take it to a gas station and ask them to check. When you get your oil changed, all those fluids are usually checked and topped off as well.
the radiator was replaced and the fluids are still evaporating or leaking out somehow. what other options could be wrong with the car overheating?
Hi i have a 98 buick lesbabre i have been filling my over flow tank with anmtifreeze and when i check it the next day its emtpy again i have checked hoses and made sure that it wasent mixing with anyother fluids and the car hasent been overheating at all could it be the thermostat going bad or stuck open?
It means look at your gauges. Something is wrong! Does your temperature gauge show that it is overheating? Is the oil presure where it should be? Check your fluids.
Electrolytes are minerals that the body uses to regulate fluids in the body. Example:Sodium And last I checked, they are not found in water(NORMALLY)
over heatingiwas told to check all my fluids for leeks it may not leak out but mix with other fluids possible reson for over heating is faulty water pump or thermostate
I had my fluids changed in my transmission, and they told me the filter was internal....and they did not replace it!
I had mine changed out in an hour, that includes draining the fluids.
There could be many reasons for dehydration. Insufficient intake of fluids. Overheating of the body internally (having a fever). Excessive exercise without fluid replacement (drinking water). Excessive sweating.
The dipstick is located in the front of the engine block. It is important that you always keep your fluids checked to keep your vehicle working properly.
a few days after which it wll die of thirst/hunger assuming no infections entered the body and it didnt lose too much fluids when the head was severed
Are you talking about the rear differential? Yes, you should. All fluids will have to be changed at certain intervals.