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I recently had my car's engine replaced with a rebuilt engine because of a blown cylinder. Since I got the car back, the engine light came on and I discovered there was no coolant in the radiator..the mechanic says my car now needs a new radiator fan? I'm not sure what he's talking about.
I have a 1997 Chlysler Sebring LX 2.6 hard top. My water pump is fine I changed out my radiator hoses. My thermostat is fine and my car is still running hot what could it be? According to my gauge its not. I cannot find a leak but I'm leaving water behind. Its not coming out of the tailpipe or anywhere that I can see. I only have condensation coming out of ...
Had coolant leak... Car not over heating but on way then coolant started leaking... Took it in changed coolant, radiator fans, water pump, timing belt AND thermostat.... B4 coolant leak, the heater would work good for A day, 50% most the time or just not work. Took car in.. Had work done, heater worked great for the first day then went back to ...
My car keeps on overheating I bought a radiator fan and a new temperature gauge it's still continues to overheat now my car won't go into gear at times and if it does go into gear it makes a loud cracking noise and when I step on the gas my battery light which is new comes on my brake light comes on and all four of My Door and my trunk light comes on as if ...

I have put new thermostat and new relays in 09 dodge Caliber SXT and the radiator fan fuse keeps blowing out. Cant run ac or the car overheats does anyone happen to have a diagnosis of what might be the problem

We changed the radiator fan fuse on my 2000 VW Beetle GLS and now the car cranks but won’t start. The fuel pump is not receiving power, but we are not 100% sure that is the problem. All we did was replace that fuse.

I just replaced my radiator fans but before that my fans were hooked up to the fuse box so the mechanic unhooked them and supposedly ran the wire correctly. But now since the fans are replaced my vehicle is cutting off while driving. Could the code P034 be the reason why my vehicle is cutting off or could it be something else?


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