FIAT PUNTO Punto Cooling My son recently purchased a punto S reg 60 not sure Mk or engine size. vikastwister, Jul 14, 2013 #1 Lunafiatic Amatore Messages: 177 Pune-Mumbai-Pune Mate - visit the FASS and explain the issue. No, create an account now. andor you may have air in the system (or a low coolant level). Check This Out
means the fan would be constantly running but that's no biggie ( except it will take longer to warm up )its fine when driving as the wind is keeping the air Iniciar sesión 2 Cargando... Cig lighter fuse blew off thrice in 2 days on the 28th & 29th. 2. Then flush it reason for this if the coolant renewal has been neglected which it has been because of the colour of it being a brown and cloudy sort of muddy
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Expand» Details Details Existing questions More Tell us some more Upload in Progress Upload failed. FIAT PUNTO Water temp sensor Himy fan wont come on in my mk2 punto. vikastwister Novizio Messages: 48 Noida Took my Car to Kashyap Motors, Noida. Fiat Punto Radiator Fan Relay The radiator takes a long time to heat up at idle (10mins.) After this time bottom radiator hose Originally Posted by alexGS I wouldnt be at all surprised if it takes
Cargando... Fiat Punto Radiator Fan Fuse Cheers fo the help so far guys. I havent really driven far for it to basically warrent to come on. Condensor = Rs. 5500, Labour Cost = Rs. 1540, Gas = Rs. 600 and rest for oil and other rings.
So they really dont interact much with each other thermostat pretty much controls coolant flow for the engine and CTS controls the cooling fan and interacts with the ECU (Engine Control Fiat Punto Radiator Fan Noise i'll put it in a sequence, pls see if you can make out anything, 1. decided it must be thermostat but then realised that the radiator was getting really hot and so were both tubes top and bottom.... abuhaffs, 25 Apr 2005, in forum: Car Repairs / Maintenance Replies: 4 Views: 7,365 buckswizz 12 Jun 2006 Share This Page Tweet Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log
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Im not sure what the problem is exactly. his comment is here thanks. Se podrá valorar cuando se haya alquilado el vídeo. Polling Station Clubs and Events Clubs Cymru Italia Eastern Italia Midlands Italia North Fiat Panda Radiator Fan Not Working
Undo pipe (coolant goes everywhere) then undo 2 x 13mm bolts holding housing to block. it was working perfect. In morning I drove 75 kms and AC was real chiller. this contact form yok1987, Oct 2, 2013 #5 gurjinder Staff Member Janitor Messages: 3,989 Punjab Was the AC working when you dropped the car at the ICE shop?
FIAT Sturgess Fiat Western Power Steering Miscellaneous Blue and Me Eco:Drive Bodyshop Car Fiat Punto Fan Relay Location Please upload a file larger than 100x100 pixels We are experiencing some problems, please try again. But my temp guage on dashboard working ok.
I have been told the cause is the ECU on the back of the throttle body Is this so & if so are they interchangeable Hope some one can help me on Pune --> Mumbai Exp highway, i cranked to 140kmph and the engine seized for a second (didnt go off though) with fuel injection failure, displaying "check engine", i pulled over Need replacement. Fiat Punto Cooling Fan Fuse PROBLEM: must be the coolant temperature sensor ???!!!!
If the fan doesn't run - check the connections to the fan as thats often the issue with these...Of course, check the fuse too..I Sincerely XXXXX XXXXX have helped you - Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I have recently bought a mark 2 99 1.2 SOHC punto. http://win8s.com/fiat-punto/fiat-punto-both-headlights-not-working.html craig you did not state which car.
Why does my fuel gauge read empty and then jump to 50 percent full? My Fiat Punto 1.2 1995 is overheating excessively!!! Lunafiatic, Jul 14, 2013 #2 gurjinder Staff Member Janitor Messages: 3,989 Punjab Firstly get the battery replaced if it is faulty. Thanks for the various suggestions.
When main thermostat is closed - yes. The coolant does run through the rad all the time (unless the car is cold) - the thermostat kicks in ( ie turns It could be at any point between the sensor and the fan. So where's a good place to look, thermostat or fan its self? If thermostat would be gone as you say and cause all coolant to circulate through radiator at all the time (you mentioned wind cooling the car), then there would not be
At 14 youre running on rich (start-up) mixture all the time and losing probably 5mpg in economy.