Patrick Emalu: I have a toyota progres but whenever i drive it , it over heats & when ever i stop then try to start it , it will not start until it cools down then it will accept to start
War Eagle: So I should not be able to squeeze the upper radiator hose when it's hot? I can squeeze mine, does that indicate a pressure problem?
Jamar Fuller: my thermostat indicator light came on. When I checked the coolant liquid, and it was almost empty. When I added coolant, the indicator light went out and then I noticed the coolant started to boil after 20 minutes of driving. Why?
Jamar Fuller: why does coolant liqiud boil?
Worth The Money: HI, My MPV van is over heating and the heat does not work. It does not appear to be leaking fluid. It over heats with any speed driving. It does cool a little in park, but it over heats pretty quick. I changed out the thermostat but it is still over heating. Any suggestions?
budnerjohn08: already know it's a bad head gasket
Mohammed Afraz: Hey boss my car temperature meter going to up when temperature meter reading exactly half I'm speed up to 60. nd radiator water also any no leak please help me
martin kaiser: Great tips, thanks a lot
Jonesing1000: don't forget lean air fuel misture
Meng Ngy: Hi, my car running on freeway, and the engine get hot after about 20 to 30km. Opened up the radiator and top up some water(approx 1.5L), engine temperature seem to go back normal. This happened every approx 20 to 30km on freeway and each time need approx 1.5L to 2L or water for top up.
Can any one help please?
The following things have been done:
***Pleasure test-no leak ***Water Pump replaced(left the car turned on for half a day after the replacement-no over heating) ***Both radiator fans are working fine
Xochitl Quintanilla: Hello there :) I have a 95 Acura Integra which is overheating when I'm a stop. I had a coolant leak into the passenger side, took it to the mechanic and he did a bypass because neither the heater or AC work. it was not over heating after that, it just started overheating again, I saw your vid and you advice to take a look @ the fan, how do I get this fixed?
Imre Csoka: greetings from South Africa, nice video.
Lene' Mitchell: i have an 04 pontiac grand prix. my fans wont work unless i unplug the temp sensor. any ideas????
Dan Nevis: Hey Boss I just had my windstar towed home cause milky oil and steam was coming out the rocker cover where the PVC valve was . Now at home I flushed the radiator changed the oil when I put water in radiator the level ever came up check oil dip stick and the level is rising!!!! HELP!!
chris silva: learned alot from only watching a couple of your videos, thank you.
Travis Valentine: For my 98 Ford Ranger temperature gauge goes back and forth from the middle too hot. HELP
Justin Pearce: how often should you check the coolent
zac branch: i have a 2003 mercury. sable car overheating changed. thermostat. still overheating. coolant is getting hot and overfilling out the reservoir
Tyler Giacchino: I have a 98 Buick Century 3.1L V6. A few weeks ago my Tstat bypass hose magically sprung a leak. But a temporary seal on it for a few days to get to/from work. One replaced, seemed fine for a few days. Then the car started having irregular temp readings. Burped the system. Ran fine for a few days and started it AGAIN. Recently replaced the Tstat itself and it burped itself out the reservoir tank oddly enough. Drove it for about 15 mins to a store and ran flawless. On the way home suddenly out of nowhere pegged 3/4 up my temp gauge. Turned on the heater to blow out some heat. Gauge went down. Every single one of my friends and I are completely confused. I get NO heat in the car unless I'm moving. So it SEEMS like I have a blockage or pocket of air but none of us are certain at this point. Could a blockage in the heater lines cause this problem by not allowing heat to fully circulate through the system? Thanks in advance
Freddie Adkins: I have a 2004 Mercury Monterey Van that is over heating. It will overheat when driving but if idling will cool down. It will go from normal temperature to red-zone hot instantly (does not rise slowly when overheating ) anywhere from 5-15 minutes when driving .Uses antifreeze but no leaks. Replaced cracked radiator cap and then replaced thermostat but no change. Appreciate any help you can give.
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