Having problems with your 1999 Nissan Maxima ?

Ive changed most componan to keep it from overheating still the same

\015 Car still overheats when driving and done everything you can possibly doo to keep it from runnning hot\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 19-11-2018

Answers :

Please list the components you have changed.
Check the following:
1) Radiator pressure cap.2) Cooling system for leaks.3) Make sure radiator fan cuts in when up to temperature.4) Make sure that no bubbles are pushed out of radiator with cap off and engine running. If this happens, then perform a pressure test. You likely have a failed head gasket.
5) Inspect inside of radiator for signs of corrosion. If heavy corrosion is present, then blockages within the radiator could have occurred.5) Check thermostat operation.6) Make sure that no modifications have blocked the radiator's air flow.7) Make sure that any under engine cowlings are still present. If these have been removed and not replaced, then airflow through the radiator can be affected on some models.
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