geting warm

Asked by Jul 03, 2019 at 08:12 AM about the 2002 Opel Corsa

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

engine get warm but fan do not come on have replace the heat sensor

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are they getting power and ground , do they work if you hot wire them ? Is it over heating ? Some of those little 4 cylinder motors take a long time to get warm , but the sensor is a good place to start

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Thank you but if I connected the fan direct the bakie have no problems but if connected the back as normal it get hot and jerks and the water bottle cap blow out steam

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thermostat not opening at right temp. replace or completely remove it

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thank you

The heat gages sty in the red when switch on the bakie on and sty where

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See gage wire on intake manifold left almost at the head one wire touching engine move it away but still keep connected to sensor close wire with tape to prevent it from touching earth

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well have remove the thermostat connected fan back to normal stil over heat and fan do not come on and start jurking when it is warm

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Check fan switch located right side under coilpack

Have replaces with Opel part silt get warm and fan does not come on

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