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Hello, my name is***** temperature gauge show vehicle to be overheating? Have you checked coolant level? It just blows cold air? Thanks.
When the cooling fans come on the gauge drops or interior heat gets cool?
Does the heat seem to be as warm as it should be before fan kicks in or is it still pretty cool? Does gauge actually drop when fan kicks on?
It sounds like a thermostat problem or thermostat housing. Do you know what code you are getting now? Also, what size engine do you have? Thanks.
Do you know what codes your getting? And what engine do you have? Thanks.
If you turn key on-off-on-off-on within 5 seconds code should display on odometer. Here is a video showing how.
Ok, the check engine light and heat problem is most likely unrelated anyways. Since thermostat has already been replaced next step is to flush out the heater core. If heater core is clogged it will cause this problem. You can disconnect both hoses going into firewall then use a garden hose to flush it out from both directions. To have this done at a shop would cost around $150. As far as the check engine light you can have diagnostic codes checked at your local parts store for free, write them down, and let me know what they are. Let me know how it goes or if you have more questions, thanks.
Yes it will be fine as long as vehicle is not overheating. Let me know how it turns out. Thanks again and have a happy thanksgiving!
The temperature gauge will go up. Let me know how it goes, thanks.