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Over Heating???and stalls out

Discussion in 'A/C & Heater systems - HVAC' started by Polardogg, July 1, 2016.

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  1. Polardogg

    Polardogg New Member

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    oroville, ca
    City, State:
    California
    Year, Model & Trim Level:
    1994 and 98 explorers
    :shoot::shoot::crazy::crazy: depending on how hot it is outside
    it warms up fast, i checked those hose on top to see if it gets hot and yes it does, so the termastat aint stuck closed
    i used the Prestone flush, and filled it with coolant and still will hesitate then stall out
    i dont hear the water pump squeal
    the temp gage dont show it running hot
    is there a sensor that will shut down the car if it gets to hot?
    that resets after a cool down?
    i also put fuel injector cleaner in it
    changed fuel filter like 7-8mths ago
    and the sending unit it faulty, but i cant think why the fuel system would need to rest for half hour or longer before it will restart and i would run the heater on high on high to make sure it dont stall out
     
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  3. Polardogg

    Polardogg New Member

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    thinking it just might be the fuel pump
     

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