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Stant
1991 Hyundai Excel Engine Coolant Thermostat 4 Cyl 1.5L Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-1C7B9E5    13868  New

9091603083 , 7240180 , 7323-192 , 8AB115171 , 753-180 , 19300PB2024 , 2811283 , 21200W3300 , 306180 , 33488 , 19300PD6004 , 32128 , 1430689 , 323-180 , 7323180 , MD997603 , 406180 , 9091603037 , RT-1077 , 753180 , 28-12382 , 1430733 , 7240-180 , 83335 , RT1077 , 306-180 , 2323-180 , 406-180 , 240-180 , 90916-03037 , 19300BP2024 , 28-11283 , 323-192 , 32438 , 2812381 , 1430722 , 3168 , 2812382 , RT1071 , RT-1071 , 12T24D , MD997680 , 414-192 , 15868 , 101 , 28-12381 , 143-0722 , 143-0689 , 7323-180 , 3868

Qty:
$7.10
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 180 Degrees Alternate Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1991 - Hyundai Excel L 4 Cyl 1.5L 90 1468
Stant
1989 Hyundai Sonata Engine Coolant Thermostat 4 Cyl 2.4L Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-08BB816    13869  New

F0JY 8575 C , 8AN115171 , F4BZ8575A , 7323192 , RT-1100 , 817399152B , 0K01C1517YA , 9091603055 , FO2Z-8255-A , F1HZ 8575 C , 7240-192 , 201 , F02Z 8575 A , 0BPD315171A , FO2Z-8575-A , RT1066 , E92Z8575B , 32129 , RT1072 , F1CZ 8575 A , 306195 , 323-180 , MD997310 , MD005131 , 1430688 , F1CZ8575E , RT-1072 , MD997604 , 712190 , BP6F15171 , 9091603078 , 143-0688 , 240-192 , 32439 , 2550022050 , RT-1073 , F0JY8575A , 550021220 , FO2Z8255A , MD000551 , RT-1080 , E92Z 8575 B , 306-195 , RT1080 , 83337 , 7240192 , 2550011010 , 9091603040 , 33489 , HE4199152G , 8BU115171 , F1CZ-8575-E , MD997461 , 8AB815171 , MD972903 , 550033050 , 2812395 , 8AK115171 , 406-195 , RT-1066 , 753195 , 9091603036 , 414-192 , BP6F-15-171 , 2550022200 , F1CZ8575C , 712-190 , 8ABE15171 , 15869 , 550022250 , 550033040 , 28-12395 , RT1100 , 8ABU15171 , 0K01315171 , RT1073 , MD997224 , FO2Z8575A , 240-195 , F4BZ 8575 B , 2550033040 , 8AG315171 , 406195 , F1HZ8575C , KE5D315171 , 2550033020 , 8AG415171 , HE4115171 , KHE4115171 , 90916-03078 , MD997221 , EX5295 , F1CZ8575A , 817399152A , F0JY 8575 A , HE4199152C , 7323-192 , 7323-180 , MD974046 , F1CZ 8575 C , 19300PB2816 , 2550033060 , MD075460 , 3869 , F02Z8575A , RT1068 , 2550021210 , 8AG4-15-171 , 1430734 , 2550021220 , MD997608 , RT-1068 , 2550033050 , 0K9FC15171 , F0JY8575C , 753-195 , F4BZ8575B , 3169

Qty:
$7.08
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 195 Degrees OE Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1989 - Hyundai Sonata L 4 Cyl 2.4L - 2351
Stant
1995 Hyundai Sonata Engine Coolant Thermostat 6 Cyl 3.0L Stant - Superstat ® Thermostat

P311-1C85B56    45869  New

33489S , 62439 , 2040-192 , 2323-192 , KE5D315171 , 535090

Qty:
$12.09
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 195 Degrees OE Temperature
  • Superstat ® Thermostat
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1995 - Hyundai Sonata V 6 Cyl 3.0L - 2972
Stant
1997 Hyundai Accent Engine Coolant Thermostat 4 Cyl 1.5L Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-2DBD3BD    14648  New

391180 , 2550025001 , 621-180 , 31438 , 335-180 , 1430801 , 33938 , 1430733 , 2550023010 , 25500-23010

Qty:
$12.08
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 180 Degrees Alternate Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
1997 - Hyundai Accent L 4 Cyl 1.5L - 1495
Stant
2002 Hyundai XG350 Engine Coolant Thermostat 6 Cyl 3.5L Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-24FC88F    14127  New

7302170 , 19301P13306 , 4127 , MD174234 , 704180 , 999-170 , 7301-170 , 19301P13305 , 19301-P8C-A11 , 7302-170 , 19301P8AA00 , 399170 , 65 , 19301P13000 , 383-170 , 7301170 , 1430789 , 383170 , 19301PR7305 , 999170 , 19301P8CA11 , 33877 , 1305A237 , 19301-P13-305 , 1430716 , 19301P8CA10 , 32577 , 704-180 , 301-170 , 302-170 , 399-170 , 19300PR7A01 , 19301-P13-306 , 19301P8CA01

Qty:
$9.00
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 170 Degrees Alternate Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2002 - Hyundai XG350 V 6 Cyl 3.5L - 3500
Stant
2001 Hyundai Sonata Engine Coolant Thermostat 6 Cyl 2.5L Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-249E073    14128  New

33878 , 2550035540 , 21200AD201 , 7301180 , 297-180 , 19301P8AA00 , 90916-03117 , 19300PR7A02 , 143-0707 , 21200AD200 , 30720083 , 21200BN301 , 336-180 , 21200-1LA1A , 19300PV1013 , 165 , MD174233 , 9091603094 , 307200830 , MD350415 , 302-180 , 212001LA1A , 384180 , 2550035331 , 384-180 , MD35 0415 , 21200BN30A , 9091603138 , 301-180 , 21200-BN301 , 1430713 , 90916-03138 , 4128 , 19301R8AA00 , 19301PV1Y00 , 7336-180 , 1430707 , TX14882 , 32728 , 2550037200 , 9061613094 , 1305A191 , 7297-180 , 21200-BN30A , 1430783 , MD194988 , 19301PV1A00 , 3218 , 2550035531 , 2550035500 , 2550035530 , 9091603100 , 7301-180 , 7302-180 , 9091603117 , 550035531

Qty:
$11.99
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 180 Degrees OE Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2001 - Hyundai Sonata V 6 Cyl 2.5L - 2493
Stant
2004 Hyundai Sonata Engine Coolant Thermostat 4 Cyl 2.4L Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-325F15E    14808  New

545-180 , 2550038001 , 33954 , 392180 , 32158 , 1430811 , 25500-38001

Qty:
$13.74
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 180 Degrees With Seal Included OE Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2004 - Hyundai Sonata L 4 Cyl 2.4L - 2351
Stant
2004 Hyundai Elantra Engine Coolant Thermostat 4 Cyl 2.0L Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-2DBD3BD    14648  New

391180 , 2550025001 , 621-180 , 31438 , 335-180 , 1430801 , 33938 , 1430733 , 2550023010 , 25500-23010

Qty:
$12.08
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 180 Degrees
  • OE Type Thermostat
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2004 - Hyundai Elantra L 4 Cyl 2.0L - 1975
Stant
2002 Hyundai Accent Engine Coolant Thermostat 4 Cyl 1.5L Stant - Superstat ® Thermostat

P311-0973D21    45359  New

18003357-C91 , 386525C1 , AJ5715171A , 3192166 , 2000-195 , AT22963 , 3000-195 , 644331XHT , AJ5715171 , J8127383 , 3156283 , 8127383 , 386525-C1 , 8983500360 , 4488422 , XR3Z8575BA , 905594 , 331XHT , 83500360 , 3780112 , AJ57-15-171 , 2044-192 , 2843210 , 530090 , 33009S , 2000-192 , 2023-192 , 944667 , 4488471 , 60209 , 3156298 , 18003357C91 , AT10906 , 3203275 , 8123420 , 3015433

Qty:
$8.30
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 195 Degrees OE Temperature
  • Superstat ® Thermostat
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2002 - Hyundai Accent L 4 Cyl 1.5L - 1495
Stant
2001 Hyundai Accent Engine Coolant Thermostat 4 Cyl 1.5L Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-0FDEF51    13359  New

410772 , 3156797 , 1633 , EOSZ-8575-A , D4PJ 8575 LA , 1313 , W57105 , 5600143 , C7DZ 8575 A , 4121340 , TP335XH , TH16 , C3OZ 8575 A , 7200-192 , RT1084 , E-105-195 , RT-1039 , D2AE8575SA , W117H , 28-10093 , RT-159 , CG9195 , 330XHT , A8AZ8575C , ET20195 , C5DZ 8575 A , 105000106405 , 3092159 , 143-0180 , ZAM-1119 , 305885 , 3418336 , E1SZ8575A , U339323 , 83504378 , C7DZ8575A , D9BZ 8575 A , E8TZ8575B , 644348 , 133739 , 3090967 , 8620-1088 , RT189 , E6DZ8575A , 52001797 , 3418391 , DVFXH , RT1047 , 4063090 , 13123 , D4PZ 8575-A , RT-1032 , 3041408 , GTS113 , E8TZ8575A , 2810093 , 305490 , 2951700 , 21200V0105 , 335XHT , TP-335XH , RT-1043 , E1SZ 8575 A , 261129 , 6512504 , 56-00143 , 109P , WT/1B , V28V6791 , 13770051 , 10202455 , C7DE 8575 A , 8620-2988 , 331-XHT , V28-V4033 , ET1195 , 5492 , 3528974 , 13187 , C9NN8575A , C6AE8575C , RT1030 , 21200-Q9000 , 21200Q9000 , V28V1132 , RT-1052 , 4494469 , V28-V6234 , D9AZ 8575 A , V28V6479 , 1430156 , 3042805 , 131-56 , C2DE 8575 A , 755-195 , D4PJ8575SA , 3156290 , V28-V5443 , 94828126 , 8952001797 , 94028963 , 299P , 3015397 , EOSZ8575A , 10202454 , 1430662 , 3885009 , C7TE 8575 A , 13160 , RT-1034 , 131-67 , 283 , 3004.88 , 3522677 , 12T1E , 03015493 , 317530100 , E2DZ 8575 A , 62112080111 , 28-10091 , RT355 , F88Z8575AA , 146431 , TP330XH , 302387 , 3156299 , 200-195BP , RT9 , 86201088 , 8942072172 , 19195 , T0726662 , V28-V5447 , U33-9323 , 94372762 , E1AZ 8575 A , 435195 , 3004.90 , 356197 , C2DZ 8575 A , E3TZ8575A , 330-195 , 13171 , E43Z8575B , 435-195 , 277209 , 306388 , V28-V1132 , 378-195 , 335195 , DVN1XH , 10X , 335-195 , W57106 , RT1053 , 2100192 , 644335XHT , 3008.92 , 3000.87 , 131-60 , RT-148 , 302392 , RT-1031 , 21200V0206 , ET-1-195 , W183 , RT119 , C9PJ8575C , ET-20-195 , D1PZ 8575 A , 3518335 , 691F8575AA , 3028626 , RX65-195 , 13140 , 3023.92 , C3DZ 8575 A , 4488472 , F6DZ8575AA , BS-195 , C5AE 8575 C , RT-1054 , 3058.85 , 186 , GTS105 , 417537300 , 1430674 , 300090 , C6AE8575A , 4033 188 , D0RY 8575 A , E5PZ8575A , WT/14B , 200-195JV , DVN26XH , RT1061 , 10147886 , 133724 , 456197 , C2DZ8575A , 18003357C91 , GTS106 , RX65195 , 691F 8575 AA , 140631 , DVN-26XH , C7OZ8575A , C7TE8575A , 335-XHT , 143-0115 , 4028085 , 39185 , 4055 195 , C3DZ8575A , V28V6480 , TH13 , 31955 , 183 , 52028 185AC , 300492 , RT-9 , 13267 , RT159 , RT-1053 , V28V5443 , 481005 , XL2Z8575AA , B5AZ8575B , V28V4033 , 277029 , 1430230 , D2AE 8575 SA , 13127 , C5NE 8575 A , 143-0658 , 3023.87 , 4154313 , 1-X , AT10906T , 10207373 , F28Z8575A , 330-XHT , 300085 , 4033188 , 3004.92 , D1PZ8575A , 31029 , 2120896001 , 300892 , RT1054 , W283 , 21200V0705 , WT/19B , RT1161 , C5AE8575C , 200-192 , 13147 , 3156298 , RT-357 , 2550022600 , D9BZ8575A , V28V6234 , 8620-1091 , 378195 , RT1039 , 83500360 , 2100-192 , D0RY8575A , RT1020 , C5DZ8575A , W217H , F5DZ8575AA , 131-71 , E5PZ 8575 A , 7200-195 , B309 , 3015490 , 3028896 , 131-87 , 13161 , V28-V6480 , DVN-1XH , 7200-195JV , RT1021 , 356 , ET-14-195 , W57-106 , 755195 , 4131068 , 7200-192JV , 807974R92 , 3037757 , C7DE8575A , 4387494 , 83501 426AB , C9PJ 8575 C , DVN-28XH , 131-23 , 131-63 , 8983501426 , 644319 , 5251954 , 28-10095 , ET43195 , 3008.85 , C3OZ8575A , V28-V6791 , S650HT3 , 300488 , 30209 , RT357 , 143-0156 , 356-197 , 13173 , 33009 , V28-V6479 , 15562989 , RT-1020 , RT-355 , E43Z 8575 B , 5600804 , C5DE8575A , 13156 , A309 , RT1034 , 13185 , C1UE8575A , F88Z-8575-AA , C2DE8575A , 143-0230 , 300885 , DVN-1X , RT148 , 229PH , 10108666 , ET-13-195 , ET-43-195 , D2PJ8575KA , V28V5447 , D4PZ8575A , 3539588 , 7779200 , V28-V1131 , 13167 , 13162 , 4131240 , DVN1X , 133749 , C9NN 8575 A , 481003 , 1430658 , V28V1131 , 131-85 , 3051139 , D9AZ8575A , C6AE 8575 C , 331XHT , BS-195BP , E3TZ 8575 A , BS195BP , 4063 090 , 2120096001 , F78Z8575AA , XL2Z-8575-AA , E1AZ8575A , TP-330XH , RT-1047 , RT357DP , 644312 , C1UE 8575 A , RT-1030 , 13119 , RT1052 , 4055195 , 2183 , 10190927 , 3012691 , D4PJ8575LA , RT1049 , RT1031 , C7OZ 8575 A , 13155 , 12554977 , 3238509 , 56-00796 , 644-319 , 2810091 , 1X , 3055672 , RT-357-DP , D4PJ 8575 SA , 195P , DV-FXH , RT--1161 , 52028185AC , C6AE 8575 A , 200-192JV , 48-1003 , 83501426AB , 1430180 , E-186-195 , 3015399 , C5DE 8575 A , RT1043 , 5600796 , RT-1021 , 143-0662 , 1254894 , E0SZ 8575 A , 456-197 , W186 , 83059 , 330195 , 10-X , 26-1129 , E2DZ8575A , 644-348 , 131-73 , 807974-R92 , 301195 , 3514180 , RT-119 , RT-189 , 3205798 , 3041390 , 131-27 , ZAM1119 , 3027868 , 3418335 , 300490 , 229P , RT-1061 , D0AE8575C , 48-1005 , ET14195 , 22545290 , RT-1049 , 56-00804 , 3030055 , 13163 , 22538325 , 300087 , RT1032 , D4PJ8575AA , D0AE 8575 C , 4028 085 , 3054.90 , 2810095 , 3063.88 , 3156294 , DV1XH , 10101864 , RT-1084 , E0SZ8575A , B5AZ 8575 B , 200-195 , 131-61 , 301-195 , 131-55 , 3000.85 , 131-40 , 5600200 , DV-1XH , 1430115 , 131-19 , W57-105 , 21200V0205 , 86202988 , 410899 , 131-3 , 131-47 , 1653 , 131-62 , E105195 , 132-69 , 13359 , F78Z-8575-AA , DVN28XH , E6DZ 8575 A , D2PJ 8575 KA , 34402115 , A8AZ 8575 C , 10190925 , 143-0674 , C5NE8575A , 39195 , ET13195 , E186195 , 299PH , 644-312 , 132-67 , 56-00200 , D4PJ 8575 AA , 317534302 , BS195 , 13269 , 3000.90 , 19595 , 3235347 , 86201091

Qty:
$6.04
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 195 Degrees OE Temperature
  • OE Type Thermostat
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2001 - Hyundai Accent L 4 Cyl 1.5L - 1495
Stant
2003 Hyundai Accent Engine Coolant Thermostat 4 Cyl 1.5L Stant - Superstat ® Thermostat

P311-0973D21    45359  New

18003357-C91 , 386525C1 , AJ5715171A , 3192166 , 2000-195 , AT22963 , 3000-195 , 644331XHT , AJ5715171 , J8127383 , 3156283 , 8127383 , 386525-C1 , 8983500360 , 4488422 , XR3Z8575BA , 905594 , 331XHT , 83500360 , 3780112 , AJ57-15-171 , 2044-192 , 2843210 , 530090 , 33009S , 2000-192 , 2023-192 , 944667 , 4488471 , 60209 , 3156298 , 18003357C91 , AT10906 , 3203275 , 8123420 , 3015433

Qty:
$8.30
Stant Engine Coolant Thermostat
  • ; Temperature 195 Degrees
  • Superstat ® Thermostat
Brand: Stant
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2003 - Hyundai Accent L 4 Cyl 1.5L - 1495
Stant
2003 Hyundai Accent Engine Coolant Thermostat 4 Cyl 1.5L Stant - OE Type Thermostat

P311-0FDEF51    13359  New

410772 , 3156797 , 1633 , EOSZ-8575-A , D4PJ 8575 LA , 1313 , W57105 , 5600143 , C7DZ 8575 A , 4121340 , TP335XH , TH16 , C3OZ 8575 A , 7200-192 , RT1084 , E-105-195 , RT-1039 , D2AE8575SA , W117H , 28-10093 , RT-159 , CG9195 , 330XHT , A8AZ8575C , ET20195 , C5DZ 8575 A , 105000106405 , 3092159 , 143-0180 , ZAM-1119 , 305885 , 3418336 , E1SZ8575A , U339323 , 83504378 , C7DZ8575A , D9BZ 8575 A , E8TZ8575B , 644348 , 133739 , 3090967 , 8620-1088 , RT189 , E6DZ8575A , 52001797 , 3418391 , DVFXH , RT1047 , 4063090 , 13123 , D4PZ 8575-A , RT-1032 , 3041408 , GTS113 , E8TZ8575A , 2810093 , 305490 , 2951700 , 21200V0105 , 335XHT , TP-335XH , RT-1043 , E1SZ 8575 A , 261129 , 6512504 , 56-00143 , 109P , WT/1B , V28V6791 , 13770051 , 10202455 , C7DE 8575 A , 8620-2988 , 331-XHT , V28-V4033 , ET1195 , 5492 , 3528974 , 13187 , C9NN8575A , C6AE8575C , RT1030 , 21200-Q9000 , 21200Q9000 , V28V1132 , RT-1052 , 4494469 , V28-V6234 , D9AZ 8575 A , V28V6479 , 1430156 , 3042805 , 131-56 , C2DE 8575 A , 755-195 , D4PJ8575SA , 3156290 , V28-V5443 , 94828126 , 8952001797 , 94028963 , 299P , 3015397 , EOSZ8575A , 10202454 , 1430662 , 3885009 , C7TE 8575 A , 13160 , RT-1034 , 131-67 , 283 , 3004.88 , 3522677 , 12T1E , 03015493 , 317530100 , E2DZ 8575 A , 62112080111 , 28-10091 , RT355 , F88Z8575AA , 146431 , TP330XH , 302387 , 3156299 , 200-195BP , RT9 , 86201088 , 8942072172 , 19195 , T0726662 , V28-V5447 , U33-9323 , 94372762 , E1AZ 8575 A , 435195 , 3004.90 , 356197 , C2DZ 8575 A , E3TZ8575A , 330-195 , 13171 , E43Z8575B , 435-195 , 277209 , 306388 , V28-V1132 , 378-195 , 335195 , DVN1XH , 10X , 335-195 , W57106 , RT1053 , 2100192 , 644335XHT , 3008.92 , 3000.87 , 131-60 , RT-148 , 302392 , RT-1031 , 21200V0206 , ET-1-195 , W183 , RT119 , C9PJ8575C , ET-20-195 , D1PZ 8575 A , 3518335 , 691F8575AA , 3028626 , RX65-195 , 13140 , 3023.92 , C3DZ 8575 A , 4488472 , F6DZ8575AA , BS-195 , C5AE 8575 C , RT-1054 , 3058.85 , 186 , GTS105 , 417537300 , 1430674 , 300090 , C6AE8575A , 4033 188 , 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2007 Hyundai Sonata Engine Coolant Thermostat 4 Cyl 2.4L Stant - OE Type Thermostat

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Latest Hyundai Repair and Thermostat Installation Advice

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Question From Guest on Car repair

I have a 2001 Hyundai Sonita that needs to have the coolent temperature sensor replaced. Can you tell me the location of the sensor?

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Have to admit I don't know Hyundais but it should be near the engine's thermostat which should be at the engine side of the upper radiator hose.

Why do you think you need this? T

Response From Guest

Tom,

Thank you for the information. To answer your question, after the check engine light came on I went to my local AutoZone and they used a scanner to plug in and get the code. The scanner said the car needed the coolent temoerature sensor replaced.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

I would buy that part and replace it. If tough to locate just match up the new one to the old one that looks the same. You problably should lower coolant perhaps a half gallon as the sensors do touch anti-freeze. Recheck that it is full again a couple times as they can be tricky to get air pockets out. Suggest NOT using straight anti-freeze as it doesn't have the heat transfer power of the 50/50 mix. Pay attention to that, T

2003 Hyundai Santa Fe No Heat

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Question From lyssa98 on 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe No Heat

I have a 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe and it does not provide heat. When the temp is really cold (10) there is absolutely no heat. When it is in the 20's I get some heat but, only itermittently. I changed the thermostat and made sure the radiator was topped off, and still no luck. The car is an automatic, 6 cylinder (not sure of liter size). The engine heat guage is working and when the car is warm it is about half way. Could it be water pump or heater core related?? It is supposed to get very cold here so, a timely reply response would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Did this just happen or some history of this before changing thermostat?

Either way you seem to know cooling system must be truly full at the radiator. If cap is on remote recovery tank try when cool sqeezing a larger hose like upper radiator hose and see if bubbles come up at that tank - should be just liquid.

Guessing temp reads norm and it's steady there - right? Need to know.

If ok so far, now feel heater hoses going to the heater core. One should be about too hot to touch (use care of course!) and the other should be warm but not quite as hot with heater on full temp request full fan.

Now try with low fan and see if there's a difference and a difference in output temps in vehicle.

If either of those the core may be part plugged OR low force from water pump not heard of yet on this vehicle but possilbe. Usually if a water pump low pumping ability it would be better at higher RPMs at first and possibly near nothing at idle.

If any debris or goo is noted or just to do anyway flush whole cooling system. Make certain you don't exceed 50% concentrated antifreeze as too strong works against you!

Are you able to flush this yourself or send it out? It would help to see the heater flushes separately for flow and if all that doesn't work it's still good maintenance and let's go from there,

T

Response From lyssa98

I changed the thermostat for this very reason.

Temp reads fine.

Can't check the hoses until I get home but, l will do that.

Fan speed does not make a difference with regards to heat.

Engine RPM does not make a difference.

This morning I had heat pretty quick. After 10 or so miles, it was blowing cold, then warm, then cold, etc...

It sounds like you think the heater core is blocked. Is there anything else it could be??

Thanks for the advice fellow vet!

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Hmmm? What I need to know now is if the temp is actually staying exactly put - dash gauge reading ok for now. Especially when colder outside with a heater going the temp of the engine should stay exactly put as regulated by the thermostat which I believe is fins as now two have behaved the same.

I know you won't like it but I'm suspecting air in the system - perhaps just a little at a time that at the moment is capable of self purging thru the normal cylcles of the thermostat. Not to worry just yet but need to know that first.

If this can just sit still and blow heat constantly without changing engine speed I'd like to know that too. It's a waste to just sit and wait where you start off or park it the longest like overnight but I'm trying to nail down why this can be intermittent without wild overheats. So far it's not consistent with the usual plugged heater core but do observe and report if any gooey junk is noted in the antifreeze.

One more for the day - try to get an accurate reading of the freeze protection and take several readings and pls report that too,

T

Ps: The "Veteran" designation is just a site designation - NOT associated with any military service of any kind but just a #of posts thing this site does. Appreciate the good thoughts either way :-)

Response From lyssa98

The temp guage does not fluctuate at all.

I have a Ford F150 that was having wild swings with the temp guage and I first replaced the thermostat (no help), then the radiator and hoses (no help) and finally the water pump (problem solved). It gave no indication of being bad (no leaks).

This morning when I left for work, I had heat within a few minutes and noticed every once and awhile that only cold air was blowing. Maybe 25% of the 50 mile commute.

When I came home this afternoon, I didn't have any heat at all for about 30 minutes. Traffic was slow to stop and go. During the stop and go period, I switched the heat location from defrost to floor to vents a few times and I don't know if that did something but, I had heat. Very good heat. I noticed only a couple of times that only cold air was blowing and it did not last long.

After arriving at home, I let the it sit for 3 to 3 1/2 hours and went out and started it. Just like this morning, it seemed to be blowing warm air. Also, when I got home, I did not (intentionally) turn the heat selector to off. I normally do this.

When I replaced the thermostat, I lost about one half of the radiator fluid. At that time, I did not notice any "gooey stuff" and when I was done, I replaced the lost antifreeze with new (50/50).

I don't have an antifreeze tester but, it looks good visually. No foam or oil.

Thoughts?

By the way, military veteran or not, you are still serving the people of this country (and maybe others as well) in a noble cause.

Thanks, Greg.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Greg,

What I'm thinking now with likely ok antifreeze and now knowing a 50 mile ride with some time without heat and no gunk noticed is that air is getting into the system slowly.

Head scratch - hair loss?? It really should be fluctuating temps at gauge too if so but maybe not.

Ok: It's tricky but try to catch this warm but with little to no pressure in system. Squeeze the upper rad hose as an idea of how much pressure is in the system. Now and only with all caution, remove the pressure cap - slow!!!! They can blast coolant at you so use all care not to let that happen or don't even try. What I want to see is a total known pressure release while warm then cap reinstalled and feel that upper radiator hose after restarting the engine. It shouldn't pressure up again any time soon - many minutes to near never while waiting with engine idling. If that pressures up too soon it's an tricky clue that a head gasket is allowing combustion gasses which would act as air into cooling system and the air won't transfer heat even if scalding hot at the heater core.

It's a maybe for a reason for this. It would have to be slow or you would constantly notice low coolant, overheats or quick barfing up coolant at start ups or something whacked. It could be slow enough to allow the vapor yet not enough to overcome the cooling of the engine and when thermostat finally does it's periodic opening self purges effectively and restarts the cycle.

There are testers for gasses in the recovery tank that would be a good idea to have checked. Loren here said NAPA sell test strips or something that I'm not familiar with but would be great if so.

The hair loss is that most gasket issues would be worse than what's happening??

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For now - while just idling and heater on feel the hoses for temp. Find the two heater hoses and one should be warm/hot at least to a control valve in line if they use that way or all the way to firewall. If heat is blowing warm the return would be cooler but shouldn't be cold to the touch. If cold it suggests that all available heat was removed or near none even got to the heater - see the hair falling now?

Changing request from defrost to floor and that having any impact is interesting. Most vehicles will use a blend door to mix air to adjust temp outputs for inside and that is a possible spot for trouble but so far I haven't heard of any in any Hyundai anythings but who knows?

Do some checks. I'll dig into more if you can put up with the exchange. Do keep an eye on coolant level and now knowing the 50 mile commute I suggest you carry some extra with you for now.

I'm with you and other are always welcome to jump in,

T

02 Hyundai Elantra overheating

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Question From laursamp on 02 Hyundai Elantra overheating

I brought a 2002 hyundai elantra with 134,000 miles beginning of March. Since then I've put 2,000 more miles on it and had the oil change right after I bought it. I had no problems until a trip to MD from NJ, March 31st. It overheated, pretty badly. During the ride back, after putting 2 gallons of coolant in the radiator, we had no interior heat even with the controls turned all the way up. There was no mention of any coolant problems on the inspection report from the oil change and I didn't see any puddles on the ground under my car (I park in the same spot every day). So far, I had the thermostat replaced and for a day I had interior heat and the engine wasn't running hot. Now the gauge climbs hot then drops down to about 1/2. I'm getting the water pump replaced today. And there's still no heat. I have had to put more coolant in since getting the thermostat changed last week so I know there's a leak somewhere but could I also have a blown head gasket since I have no interior heat? This car is my daily driver for now with intentions to get back into a Mustang some time next year but even then I still want to use this car and hopefully get another 70,000 out of it.

Response From Hammer Time

First step will be to pressure test the cooling system to look for the coolant loss.

Response From laursamp

Sorry for the late response. Had it pressure tested and it was the head gasket. 3 days ago, I had the head gasket + every gasket in the engine (according to the mechanic), water pump, thermostat and radiator cap all replaced. Yet it still starts running hot after a few miles at 50 mph. What else could it possibly be? The fans are working as they should; there's no visible leaks coming from the radiator or any hoses. I don't know.

Response From Discretesignals

Has your mechanic measured the temperatures across the radiator?

Response From laursamp

No he hasn't. I'm taking it back in a few hours so I'll ask him to do that. The check engine light came on today and its for a catalytic converter. Could a bad cat cause my engine to overheat?

Response From Discretesignals

A restriction in the exhaust, such as a plugged converter, could cause the engine to run hotter and possibly overheat. Normally you would notice a huge reduction of power if that were the case. The trouble code (P0420) for the converter usually sets because the converter isn't cleaning the exhaust, but doesn't mean necessary mean it is clogged.

The converter may have been damaged from the engine burning coolant also.

Response From laursamp Top Rated Answer

I'm going to have the convertor checked and most likely replaced. My gut is telling me its probably clogged and has been since before I brought it

Response From Hammer Time

The blown head gasket was the resulting damage from a previous overheat. You have not found the original problem that caused the blown head gasket in the first place. I would be highly suspect of the radiator with those symptoms, possibly even the water pump.

Response From Discretesignals


It overheated, pretty badly. During the ride back, after putting 2 gallons of coolant in the radiator, we had no interior heat even with the controls turned all the way up.



Rolls eyes....

2004 Hyundai Elantra Overheating???

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Question From Guest on 2004 Hyundai Elantra Overheating???

Okay. My Elantra just started this. The last several days the fan has been running from start to stop. Today the temperature near redlined. When I put it into neutral or park it lowers to where it normally should be. Is it a thermostat issues, a coolant temperature sensor, or both. There are no leaks and everything seems fine.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

What does your temp read when you first start it up? The fan could just be sensing an A/C request and will run all the time and can do that on defrost mode.

Make sure coolant is full at the radiator not just the recovery tank.

The thermostat may be faulty but shouldn't have anything to do with the fan coming on too early.

If you can temp test this do so. Try asking for heat and see if it's warm and does that lower the temp gauge as neutral does? Neutral is probably cooling better because of lower load and a few more RPMs to move coolant around.

Don't let this overheat if at all possible while trying to figure this out as that can only cause problems you don't want,

T

Car won't heat up

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Question From tlwesch on Car won't heat up

I have a 2003 Hyundai Elantra with the 1.6L 4 cyl. I recently installed new thermostat and a new radiator. The car now will get to a normal temp range when sitting still and idling. However, as soon as I turn the heat on the temp drops to the cold pin. It also does this if moving. Another note is the heat is not blowing out hot air. Any suggestions would be great. I was thinking maybe the mix of antifreeze to water might be off.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

The coolant mixture isn't doing that. What temp thermostat did you install?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Still a problem with or at the thermostat. No real matter how cold it should warm up to the rating of it which must be the correct temp for engine to run properly. If a heater can cool the engine by itself it's not closing off cooling a the radiator - thermostat closes when up to temp and a heater isn't large enough to cool an engine. Same with HT, it's not a strong mix of coolant doing this that can be a problem for hot weather more than cold weather,


T

Response From tlwesch

I believe the temp gauge is 180 degrees. Should I open it back up and check the thermostat and reseal gasket etc?

Response From Hammer Time

180 is probably too cold. That probably should have a 195 thermostat. You should be able to find out by checking the part number on your receipt.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Can't look it up right now but has to be wrong and or wrong thermostat. Can't think of an automotive application for ages that would use that temp but see them for sale and lower too.

Anything I can think of want the exact correct one properly installed. Some can be installed upside down and some even indexed for position - not sure but this running cold thing only smacks of improper thermostat.

Hey, either a 180 or 195F are both closed and coolant should remain at least at 180 in either. The 195 just goes up to settle there. This dropping temp with heater lower than even a 180 doesn't jive.

What's the actual air temp you are dealing with? I've only seen a heater core be enough alone to cool an engine (they are small radiators) at really insane cold temp like more than 25 below zero F.

Whatever the issue you started with it's still point to the thermostat. If a problem knowing it's correct get one at a dealer it's too critical to be right, installed properly and all air out of the system with proper mix (5/50) is standard. Shocking but just 60/40 stronger mix drops the freeze temps tons colder than the -34F 50/50 gives you.

The problem with antifreezes made (about all) ethylene glycol is it's a lousy product for heat transfer noticed when very hot not at any temp you would be asking for heat. Pure product undiluted concentrate is NEVER advised and would be a problem and oddly pure product does get thick and slushy at below just zero but even 5% water would change it and work and if that happened you would want to change that but it isn't the up front problem here.

To prove it feel the upper radiator hose while it warms up. It should be stone cold the whole time till it reaches set temp but bet you can feel it getting warm a little way before now - proof it's just wrong,

T