Having problems with your 1988 Nissan Pulsar ?

Overheating problems I have had nearly my entire water cooling system replaced, radiator cap, radiator, thermostat, and i have even had the water system flushed. I first thought my first thermostat was faulty, as when i took it out, and ran the car without it, it was fine. I bought a higher quality brand for my next one, and again the same problem, 2 days after i have replaced the thermostat, i have found i overheated within just 3km of driving. I have even had my head gasket replaced (it did ha

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 20-11-2017

Answers :

Possible cracked head, timing, water pump are the only other things left to check
Water pump impeller has come away from drive shaft ,its plastic and thay often just come away from spindle
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