The engine coolant fan can keep running after the engine is turned off in any car because the temperature gauge is in the radiator. As long as the radiator is still hot, the fan will keep running until the temperature gauge says it has cooled enough.
your coolant tank should be on the pass. side inner fender
Not keeping oil in it, not changing the oil and filter, not servicing the timing belt when it needs it, running it without coolant.
There is coolant in the engine block when the engine is not running. The engine block, heater, hoses and radiator remain full when engine is not running.
is coolant leaking from engine?or is it leaking from water pump and running down engine and appears to leak from engine
yes, should never add coolant to cold engine
The heat is not working because you are very low on coolant, probably because of the leak. Seems to me that it should leak worse when it is running, so I am going to assume you are talking about the coolant overflowing the reservoir, in which case goes back to you being low on coolant and the engine boiling the coolant.
when the engine is running and coolant will become hot to its operating temperature,the cooling system is under pressure,coolant will overflow and goes to coolant reservoir.when the engine goes cold coolant will go back to the rediator.
maybe not. check engine oil for color and quantity. if oil is white to grey, then there is coolant leaking into engine.no pressure might be caused by bad radiator cap.this will also allow coolant to escape
Your engine coolant temperature gauge has a sensor ( there is also a engine coolant temperature sensor that is used for the computer / PCM )
This is located near the engine. It lets you know when the engine is getting too hot and the coolant is running low.
That means the engine is running HOT. Need to check the coolant level and check for coolant leaks.
to cool the coolant in the engine