i want to thank you for your time. Your suggestion
about the radiator made me think about a time when
my old radiator got real low on water
the car did the same thing reved up and down. At that time I didn't know why that
started happening either. But when I check under
the hood and seen that it was real low on water I figure that was why and added water. Then I drove it and it stop and was okay. So right then I knew that I couldn't let it get that low again. So when you mention the radiator levels. I went and checked it to make sure that my mechanic did have enough water
in the new radiator and there was. But I am happy to tell you that the problem has stop again and my car is running great just like as if it is brand new. I am so happy. But my point is that when I first got my car back from the mechanic and mine you this is a backyard mechanic regardless very smart. When he brought it to me he said that it revs up and down and he wasn't sure why. So I drove it once to see what he meant and wasn't happy with it like that and couldn't afford to put anymore money in to it at the time. So I parked it. Got online with you which made me think, that sense he the mechanic replaced radiator with new one and had to drain all the water that maybe the water had not had a chance to fully circulate and it was in someway causing the same effect as it did when it overheated on me before. And rather that may or may not have to do with it. The problem stop withend two days of driving the car to work. And has not happen again. So I send a big thank you to you for the advice and want you to know you are a very smart person.
have the same problem?
Thursday, October 26th, 2006 AT 7:22 PM