They sit right between the radiator and exhaust header and what typically happens is that something causes you car to overheat and ruins.
I already tried replacing the coolant, but that was on the side of the road when I stopped the car when it was hot but it still happens. It happened.
Sounds like a fan problem. Check the fan relay and fuse. You can also use a cheater to check the fan motor to see that the fan itself isn't the.
My car seems to be running fine, but I'm worried that it seems to overheat a little when idling. What happens is that when I'm stopped in traffic.
The check engine light is not on. However the car begins overheating when sitting at idle. The radiator fan does not run at any point. Could a.
If you car overheats in traffic and/or when idling, you should consider It's only when you stop in traffic or remain idle that the fan blades stop.
The last couple of days, my 92 Accord (Auto, km) has had the engine overheat (almost into the danger zone) when idling and driving at.