I have a 1999 Nissan Pathfinder. If I drive it for more than 10 in the city of 15 minutes on the highway, it starts running hot. I have replaced the radiator cap, thermostat and have burped it to make sure there were no air pockets in the radiator. Any advice would be helpful.
My car is running hot. on 1999 Nissan Pathfinder
by JNevitt13 in Louisville, KY on June 12, 2014
ANSWER by globalhelper on June 12, 2014
CK COOLING SYSTEM FLOW,POSS PLUGGED RADIATOR OR FAN CLUTCH
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