cam yo yo ooooOO je tajuk kan
amatlah propa..ha ha ha
a.k.u ada update status kat facebook pasal keta kesayangan ku yang panas membara
ingatkan dah OK
mmg dari pagi dia dah buat hal
tapi jalan gak
kipas dia tak berfungsi
siap kena pusingkan manually
sampai Sentul dengan selamat
tapi bila nak ke Taman Melati
tengah-tengah highway dia hit temperature yang paling FULL
so ari ni...
a.k.u masuk GOOGLE...
teros carik apakah punca..
bukan a.k.u lah..itu cinta hati yang check
air tank penoh...
cuma fan was not functioning/spinning...
so kat bawah ni info yang a.k.u dapat....
Sumber: Forum Autoworld
- Shutting down your air-con, there will not be any exchange of heat at your condenser, therefore your temperature will be alright.
- Running at 110 to 130 the volume of air going thru' your radiator will be enough to cool your engine.
- Therefore I will agree with toyowira that your fan should be weak. Can out your fan speed. It may be working but not running fast enough. If this is the case change it.
- Tun off the engine
- Wait. If the engine is steaming, don't open the hood.
- Pull the hood release lever under the dashboard to open the hood when the car has cooled completely.
- Walk around the front of the car, reach under the hood, find the latch and squeeze it. As you squeeze the latch, pull up and open the hood.
- Check the coolant reservoir tank first. It's a plastic jug that has a small hose running to the radiator. The reservoir can be filled when the engine is hot (except on German and Swedish cars, the plastic reservoir is also under pressure, so don't open when the engine is hot).
- Open the radiator cap with a rag. Remember: open it only after the engine has completely cooled. If you're not sure, don't open the cap. If you open the cap while it's still warm, you may burn yourself with steam or hot coolant. Open the cap slowly, as if you were opening a bottle of soda that has been shaken up.
- Examine the radiator. Look inside and see if there's coolant left. If needed, fill to the top of the radiator.
- Put the radiator cap back on.
- Check to see that the upper or lower radiator hose, or any of the heater hoses, hasn't burst.
- Restart the engine.
- Watch the temperature gauge obsessively. Don't let the needle go into the red. Turn off the engine if the gauge approaches the red zone.