WHY WONT SHE START?
I have a 1987 Saab 900S, the other day it overheated ( coolant bubbling inside the tank and smoking) my fan on the passanger side had shorted out, I say this because the fan was melting and smoking. I unhooked the fan let her sit and cool and drove home ( about 45 miles) with no problems. I replaced the fan, I have plenty of coolant in the resivor, a charged battery and a full tank of gas, but now the engine just cranks and if it kicks over it just sputters and then dies. Could the over heating damaged more than I can reasonably repair? Any suggestions on what to check or repalce?
August 23, 2006.
August 23, 2006.
Check out the related content below while we wait for the question to be answered by a professional mechanic.
My car has 157k on it and the coolant light came on today flashing i looked at the resivoir and it was empty filled it up and then later on that day it was empty again i looked at the ...
1 answer • 1996 Saturn SC2 • 157,000 miles
Dear SIR. Now I have some question to ask you. 1 How can i change (step)water coolant? 2 How much 1 lite oil per kilometre? 3 How can i maintain moonroof? Thanks so much
1 answer • 2006 Honda Accord • 40,000 miles
1992 Ford Tempo mileage: 65,000. My daughter has a 1992 Ford Tempo that she has been driving for about 4 years. She is very conscientious in regularly changing oil, and routinely having...
1 answer • 1992 Ford Tempo • 65,000 miles
This is about "Red" antifreeze, it's harmful attributes to engine gaskets and corrosion to all parts of the cooling and heating systems. I noticed that comments have been made on ...
1 answer • 2000 Chevrolet S-10 • 71,000 miles