After I did this, the engine temp gauge would steadily rise to around 240-250 for a few minutes then fall back to around 190 degrees. I checked the coolant resevoir and it is full, but there was not alot of coolant in the radiator itself.
I replaced the thermostat again and refilled the radiator. Same thing will happen. Tempature will rise to around 240 degrees, then fall back to 190 degrees in a few minutes.
Could I have another defective thermostat?
Could the radiator pressure cap be defective, not allowing coolant from the resevoir to flow back to the engine?
have the same problem?
Monday, June 16th, 2008 AT 10:13 AM