Why is my 2016 Hyundai sonata overheating

Asked by Taye5150 Feb 17, 2019 at 11:30 AM about the 2016 Hyundai Sonata

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My Hyundai sonata car keeps saying engine
overheating the gauge goes all the way to hot then
goes back down what can this issue be please
help

6 Answers

40

Can be a lots issues , radiator, water pump, or the thermostat, need to get that checked before you blow the engine... if the car heats up and comes back down may be a chance that is the thermostat... but you want to get that checked

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20

Hey just realize my fan isn't moving that could be the cause for temp to climb right?

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40

Check for the fuse for the fan , or the connection, but usually the fan only turns on when the radiator gets hot to cool down

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20

Ok yea for it to be overheating nothing under the hood is hot

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40

My car temperature gauge is going up and down, my engine and coolant is cool. My fan comes on I have no leaks could this be a sensor or a stuck thermostat?

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