Ok what are the fuses in the engine fan No.1, fan No2, and fan No3 , what are the for.
The year, make and model info would help.
many possibilities; low coolant, bad thermostat, radiator fan does not work, bad relays/fuses, leakage in coolant system, stopped up coolant system, bad radiator cap, blown head gasket.
It collects the expanding coolant that is heated by the engine and recycles it back into the coolant system once it loses enough heat. The radiator overflow tank works in conjunction with the radiator cap to protect the engine and prevent coolant loss due to overflow. Source: Quora.com
When the engine heats up to a certain temperature, the thermostat opens up and lets the coolant flow through the engine. Heat from the engine is absorbed by the coolant, which then cycles back to the radiator. Heat from the coolant is exchanged to the air which flows through the radiator fins, thus causing the coolant to rapidly cool down.
AnswerRadiators work by radiating heat into the air and cooling the engine. Coolant flows through the engine block and then to the radiator. The cooling fan helps keep the radiator cool allowing the heat to be put out into the air. This is correct
An oil cooler works the same as a radiator that cools coolant
Yes in some cases. But will cause problems in the future. Such a clogged coolant passages in your engine and other places. Best to replace the bad part and find the root cause.
They are not designed to work at normal operating temperature They are designed to work when A/C or defroster is on and/or engine coolant temperature exceeds 235 degrees
The radiator consists of cooling fins around tubing which the coolant flows through. A water pump circulates coolant from the radiator through the engine. A smaller radiator around the dashboard makes up the car's heater. An automotive cooling system has 6 basic components; the radiator, coolant/water, pressure cap, expansion tank, thermostat, and the water pump. When an engine is running, the water pump circulates the engine coolant inside the engine. As the engine heats up, the thermostat opens (usually at above 160 degrees), which allows the engine coolant to be pumped into the radiator, through the top radiator hose. The coolant flows through tubes inside the radiator, and is cooled by air passing over the car's grill. The cooled coolant exits the radiator and reenters the engine through the bottom radiator hose. The pressure cap holds the entire cooling system under pressure, which allows the coolant to reach higher temperatures without boiling. The expansion tank holds extra coolant for the system and allows for extra capacity when the coolant expands with the heat.
check your fuses for both problems.
Low Coolant level? Perhaps cooling system is airbound not allowng coolant to circulate? Water pump defective not circulating coolant? Radiator plugged or restricted? Hoses collapsing under pressure? Defective radiator cap?
Check your radiator fan switch and your fan switch coolant sensor .
The cooling system needs to be closed tight in order to work properly. If the system is not taking coolant from the reservoir there must be an leak somewhere, possibly a bad radiator cap, leaky radiator, loose hose clamp, leaky water pump, etc. Have the system pressure tested to determine where the problem is.