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cooling problem. <br>Stephen my problem is with a Lancia Thema 2.0 16v 1990 a/t and climatizer;

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My car Lancia Thema 2.0 16v is heating up. I have changed the thermoswitch but the problem persists . The fan of car starts at 100c, what should I do?

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  1. Tom Reeds

    There are different things you can try to solve the problem. First if your car is heating up you can remove thermostat valve of your car from the engine. Thermostat valves are located near water body in the pipe connecting the engine coolant system to the line connected to the radiator. Its main purpose is to keep the engine temperature normal under all conditions. It has a certain degree to which it opens to provide enough flow of the water to the engine, but sometimes it gets jammed and fails to open up to required level to provide enough water flow. If your car is heating up then the best way is to remove it from the engine to ensure clear passage of water flow to the engine to make it cool.
    The other main object which keeps car engine cool is fan of the engine. Here can be problem as you are saying that your engine fan starts at 100c while it has to start at 90c. There is a thermostat switch is located beneath the engine fan which activates the fan at a certain temperature. Now you have also changed it. There are many thermostat switches available in the market, some of them are genuine from the original dealers of automakers while some are from the non branded companies. The switch you have changed might not be of original branded company. Buy a thermostat switch of genuine dealers who are the are the registered members of manufacturers of parts of automobiles.
     

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