Why is my car overheating, but there is no smoke or steam
My car is overheating but no smoke. I changed the thermostat and changed the fans but the temperature still go over the 200 mark
larry, the fan doesn't come on until approximately 240°. If the system is capable of holding pressure it should not boil over at 240°. Check to make sure your fans come on. It should come on whenever the AC is on, or when the engine is hot. If it doesn't come on when you turn on the a/c, the fan relay is probably bad. Also check the the CLG Fan Max Fuse, located in the Underhood Fuse Center, it may open, causing the coolant fan to become inoperative.
I have a 2009 scion xd that we bought from a private owner. The previous owners daughter got into a accident with the car and whoever fixed did a horrible job. I have a issue with the overheat warning going off after I've been driving for about 20 miles or so. And when I check my levels it's always empty. I thought it was a leak but when I took it in to get a pressure check they didn't find any leak. I dont see any smoke. What can this be? Could it just be a malfunctioning sensor?
my temperature gage went to hot but did not over heat. pulled over for a minute and started it again. it started doing it again. it never smoked or made noise. as I was driving home my check engine light came on followed by the oil change light.
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