Previous4 of 8NextCar check: Engine temperatureThe problem: Engine not staying cool, possibly causing overheating.The fix: Clean radiator blades if they are dirty or obstructed. Replace thermostat for electric fan if it's not turning on. Replenish coolant in overflow tank. Replace fan belt if it's loose or worn.
Car check: Engine temperature
The problem: Engine not staying cool, possibly causing overheating.
The fix: Clean radiator blades if they are dirty or obstructed. Replace thermostat for electric fan if it's not turning on. Replenish coolant in overflow tank. Replace fan belt if it's loose or worn.
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