If there is anything you cannot find in our catalog please and our knowledgeable customer service team will help you locate the part you need, fast. November 10, 2016 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Thanks for the additional info and feedback. What vehicle are you working on? The fan comes on very quickly and at times i get the yellow overheating warning light. Note: Do not break at it off! See a big mess of wires. I see that the ends of each clip are pointed in different directions and didn't know if I had to slide the retaining clip over the hose or insert the ends first than slide over the hose? Thanks April 23, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Not very likely. It builds up pressure and coolant spills through the radiator's plug at the bottom of it.
Should I suspect the new pump has gone bad already in 6 months and try to get it replaced under warrenty, or is it more likely to be an electrical problem? If the system will not hold pressure and there are no external leaks the head gasket may be faulty. When a coolant pump begins to fail, you'll notice that the car tends to overheat at low engine speed, such as sitting at a stoplight. During the bleed process should it be a steady flow and if it shuts off everyone in a while not air bubbles is that supposed to happen or is the pump bad. I've even replaced the 40a fuse. August 24, 2018 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Only way to know is to test the pump, to be sure.
They are one time use so they must be replaced. And then radiator fan spins to maximum rpm. December 21, 2016 Followup from the Pelican Staff: I would start with the connector, yes. Do you hear the pump kick on during the bleeding process? Once you figure out what is missing, it will be easier to diagnose. Replacement brand parts are the most affordable solution for all of your replacement needs! It's been about two weeks since I replaced the water pump and thermostat and everything was going well until today. Did you have to disconnect the sway bar hydraulic lines to lower the sway bar enough to pull the water pump out? Then determine which components on that circuit is causing the draw You can isolate by removing fuses. If im not wrong it sounded like the fans were trying to cool the engine down.
Anyway recently I am experiencing very weird thing. Then you can run the coolant pump using the scan tool as well. The pump is new my mechanic replaced it again with the radiator I was wondering if this could be an electric problem or bleed problem Im just at a loss. Check out our bleeding procedure for your vehicle. Now the problem is this problem of cranking seems to have gotten worse today and I noticed white smoke when if finally started and then the smoke subsided. The first thing you want to do is disconnect the power steering cooling line from the bracket and pull it down out of the way.
I encounter same problem 3 times already. September 8, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: The bolts and I would suggest the hoses as the sealing O-rings usually leak after removal. The item must be new and in its original manufacturer packaging to be eligible for a cash refund. It seems multiple people in this thread had the same problem, and it was fixed by replacing the water pump. The car has 120,000 or so miles on it.
Suspected an airlock left over from the garage who fitted the new pipe not bleeding it properly, so did the bleed test and the water would come through in 10-15 second spurts with 10-15 second breaks between them. I drove to a car meet last night and as i went to turn my car on to leave my dash told me my car was over heated and to shut it off. October 19, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: it could be a bad pump. The next day I replaced my radiator cos the day before I had noticed the plastic part on the edge had a small leak so I thought it best to just replace it. I obviously don't want any cooling system leaks! I switched off and parked.
November 19, 2014 Followup from the Pelican Staff: right on, a bit harder to access everything on the all-wheel drive models. Flip it over, using a tiny pointed tool, press both release tabs and slide the cover off to access the fuses. I had it towed and had the waterpump fixed. The bolts are E12 inverted torx, and need to be replaced because they are one use only. Bungee it out of the way to keep from whacking your head on it repeatedly.
The thermostat will be in view above the pump. If the system will not hold pressure and there are no external leaks the head gasket may be faulty. Can i drive the vehicle to him for a check up without damaging the engine? October 11, 2018 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Other than testing the pump, you can replace it. Should hear the pump running and let it bleed it self remember to make sure your tank is full of coolant! I overfilled it a little bit and figured it was small enough amount to where it would vent itself out but it was still high yesterday morning when I looked at it if that matters April 2, 2015 Followup from the Pelican Staff: You need to confirm the pump is running or not when the engine overheats. When the temperature of outside goes below around -10 degree or -13, the water pump is not working when I start the engine. I squeezed the upper radiator hose with the car running, but didn't notice pressure surging.
With the car safely in the air, you will see the pump behind the sway bar and power steering gear. We are also constantly updating our eEuroparts. Did check the error codes and I have the water pump communication failure. The 135 and 335s came with a plastic composite thermostat from the factory. If a part fails, the original purchaser is able to return that part at any time for replacement. You will have to isolate the circuit with the draw.