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hyundai getz 1.1 quick ac ran out of water

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Old 05-28-2019, 10:21 AM
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Good afternoon, I have a 2008 getz (1.1 quick ac).
I had a problem yesterday because it struck me below nothing and I could not call it. The mechanic came and saw that he ran out of water and was surprised. He thinks that this particular model has as safety measure when there is overheating that of turning off the car. He is losing water and is already in the workshop. I just wanted to know if this model has this security measure or not. I hope the radiator was ...
 
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Old 05-28-2019, 01:54 PM
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Originally Posted by Vanessa Oliveira View Post
Good afternoon, I have a 2008 getz (1.1 quick ac).
I had a problem yesterday because it struck me below nothing and I could not call it.
That makes no sense to me. Could you please re-state or re-phrase??

Originally Posted by Vanessa Oliveira View Post
The mechanic came and saw that he ran out of water and was surprised.
You mean the car ran out of water?

Originally Posted by Vanessa Oliveira View Post
He thinks that this particular model has as safety measure when there is overheating that of turning off the car. He is losing water and is already in the workshop. I just wanted to know if this model has this security measure or not. I hope the radiator was ...
I was never aware there was such a thing built into cars.
Mostly, people had to watch if the radiator or coolant temperature and manually turn off the engine if it got too hot.
But, guess maybe something new???
 
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Old 05-29-2019, 04:03 AM
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Good morning, he ran out of water. they changed the radiator and now it is to be expected that he has not spoiled anything else.
 
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Old 05-29-2019, 01:40 PM
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I suspect we have a language problem here. Apparently "he" must be the vehicle.

Yes there are some vehicles that will disable alternate cyls when an overheat condition surfaces. The disabled cyl do not get fuel and work only ad air movers to help with cooling.

Anyway, it seems we need to know why it ran low or out of coolant. Thoughts?
 
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Old 05-30-2019, 04:15 AM
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I'm using google translator. I do not speak english well. I apologize. Yes the hyundai ran out of water and replaced the radiator. It was all spoiled. Now I'll wait to see what's worse.
 
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Old 05-30-2019, 04:48 AM
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Just take it nice and easy and we should be able to offer help if necessary.

I believe what you are trying to say is,
The radiator was leaking , lost the water (coolant) and the cars engine might have overheated.
When that happens sometimes damage can happen and we are waiting to see if it did and then will ask more questions if necessary. is this right?
 

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