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Forum: S-Series General 06-24-2019, 08:10 PM
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Posted By fdryer
Re: questions about head gasket/overheating/missing.

You'll know the difference. As the Nike ad says, "Just Do It". With ac running, you should hear the fan before opening the hood. It should be loud when the hood is open.
Forum: S-Series General 06-24-2019, 06:22 PM
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Views: 877
Posted By fdryer
Re: questions about head gasket/overheating/missing.

1-I should have clarified about testing the cooling fan. Disconnecting the coolant sensor (and not driving around), observing for fan turn on and determining whether it blows with force or not is...
Forum: S-Series General 06-24-2019, 12:38 PM
Replies: 43
Views: 877
Posted By fdryer
Re: questions about head gasket/overheating/missing.

There are several ways to force the cooling fan on. The easiest way is to disconnect the two wire coolant sensor (not the single wire sensor) and turn on ignition. The cooling fan should turn on. If...
Forum: S-Series General 06-21-2019, 01:57 PM
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Posted By fdryer
Re: questions about head gasket/overheating/missing.

Sometimes it's wiser to check some things yourself. This should be one to check on since you didn't state the fan was replaced. This presumes a 24yr old fan that may be on its last legs, moving air...
Forum: S-Series General 06-21-2019, 12:24 PM
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Posted By fdryer
Re: questions about head gasket/overheating/missing.

OCMan, can you tell if your radiator cooling fan is running or not? Unless the fan was replaced, it's 24 yrs old and possibly worn, running slower. Your fan should be blowing with full force when its...
Forum: S-Series General 06-19-2019, 05:43 PM
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Posted By fdryer
Re: questions about head gasket/overheating/missing.

Suspecting a blown head gasket can be diagnosed in several ways. Coolant bubbling can indicate 1) incomplete coolant replacement procedures, 2) overheating or 3) blown head gasket. Since cylinders...
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