The upper radiator hose was really hot. Let the engine cool down. Then remove both screws with a regular Phillips screw driver. The dealer was unable to diagnosis or duplicate the failure. I have tried to pull the car out into traffic and it hesitates for an extended period. I replaced the thermostat, put new antifreeze into the system, and refilled the overflow reservoir. Dec 29, 2015 Hi: If you follow your upper radiator hose back to where it attaches to the engine, that is where the thermostat is located.
Coolant levels must be checked when engine is cold in the expansion tank, as well as the radiator, to make certain that the level is up to the neck in the radiator. He said I may just need some oil installed like refrigerant. That will tell you if there is engine coolant getting to the core. If I had some idea of what it could be, I would feel better about dealing with a service department. Make sure that correct end faces out. You can twist it off using nothing but your fingers. The contact stated that while driving the vehicle suddenly shut down with no prior warning lights.
Also make sure that when tightening the thermostat hosing that the thermostat is fully seated, otherwise you risk cracking the tstat housing. It is also called a bleed hole. There is a massive back order for the parts. I had a friend look at it. The contact noticed that the passenger side air bag in her vehicle was deactivated.
The failure mileage was not available. The hubs would not move from the rotors. The failure mileage was approximately 26,210. See the digital photo if you need to. Then you can move it out of place.
Make sure the new thermostat's orientation is exactly how it was before. As in the heater will only put out warm air. I did not have to go through the steps mentioned above. The vehicle began to accelerate after 4-5 seconds. I put coolant in the radiator but it hasn't help. In addition, the vehicle would become hesitant to acceleration and would sputter when driving between 35-40 mph. Put a little bit of sealant on the threads of both bolts.
I had a friend look at it. The contact stated that when the vehicle was in the cruise control mode and she attempted to apply the brakes, the vehicle would suddenly accelerate up to 70 mph. Pushing on the studs inside will help. The contact also experienced failures with the transmission. The current and failure mileages were approximately 1,700.
The current mileage was 45,000. You will need to take off the passenger side front wheel, and take loose the engine mount support the engine with the floor jack before ta … king loose the engine mount on the fender. If the gasket does not peel off easily, get a gasket remover knife or a thin razor blade and carefully peel off the old gasket for both mating surfaces. The radiator is located at that junction. I bought a new Thermostat after hearing how easy these were to change out but I looked and could not find where this would go. The vehicle was taken back to the dealer who replaced the original transmission after the vehicle rolled backwards when the gear was in the park position. The sealant is very thick and sticky.
The reson for this is that the 2-part bubs need to be pressed apa … rt to get the rotors out. He said I may just need some oil installed like refrigerant. The contact stated when driving 65 mph the vehicle will shift on it's own to 1st gear, and sometimes the vehicle will stay in 1st gear. Question about Hyundai Motor 2003 Elantra. Remove the thermostat housing cover bolts and then remove the cover. Take the sealant and put a very thin coat on both sides of the new thermostat gasket.