My 1990 Montero LS seems to be running very hot. The temperature gage shows
that it is normal, but when you get out it smells very hot...Like it is
running low on antifreeze. The radiator is full so I am not sure what it is.
I have only owned this Montero for a month and I bought it because it had
low miles 84k. I was wondering would a bad thermostat or water pump be the
problem? Thanks for any help...
What do you mean by "smells hot"? Do you smell coolant? Do you see coolant
on the ground? Your engine is an SUV engine. It is very unlikely you have
enough HP to even produce heat...
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What do you mean "smells very hot"? Do you smell burning oil,
antifreeze, something else?
With the low miles, has it been driven or allowed to sit for long
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