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|6th May 2007, 21:24||#16|
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possible reasons check in that order below
check electric cooling fan may not be coming on Repair cooling fan.
leak in the cooling system
vacuum leak Check vacuum lines
check wiring and cooling fan temp sensor.
ignition timing may be set wrong: Adjust ignition timing.
radiator clogged reverse flush cooling system
|6th May 2007, 23:38||#17|
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Please check the AC pulley is rotating freely. It can also be a case that bearings of the AC system which are connected by different belt are damaged or not rotating freely. If this is the problem normally there is more noise. For checking this you need to remove the belt which is connected to AC stuff and rotate and check it. If the bearings or some thing is wrong with AC, this will require more power from the engine to rotate at low speeds, which gets the engine to heat up. Correct me if I am wrong.
|7th May 2007, 13:33||#18|
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Thanks guys. Checked the whole cooling system. Everything fine. Checked AC Fan. Good too. The fan revolves freely no bearing or any other problems. AC Fan fuse went bust while trying to check the electricals. Replaced the same. Engine still heating up.
Have to check compression as the engine is run 100K kms.
Sorry was busy over the weekend couldnt check anything else.
Yes I am in Bangalore. But from Panaji.
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