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HORN AS 2332859 - Caterpillar

2332859 HORN AS Caterpillar parts HORN
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Caterpillar 2332859 HORN AS
Weight: 0.36 pounds 0 kg.

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Probable Causes
Faulty temperature regulator
Low coolant level
Faulty jacket water coolant pump
Faulty engine cooling fan (if equipped)
Faulty pressure relief valveRecommended Actions
Faulty Temperature Regulator
Check the water temperature regulator. A water temperature regulator that does not open, or a water temperature regulator that only opens part of the way can cause overheating.Radiator
Check the cooling fins on the radiator for dirt and/or for debris. Remove the dirt and/or debris. Inspect the cooling fins on the radiator for damage. Refer to the Systems Operation/Testing and Adjusting manual.
Check the radiator for internal blockage. Check the temperature difference between the top and the bottom of the radiator. Low Coolant Level
Verify that the cooling system is filled to the proper level. If the coolant level is too low, air will get into the cooling system. Air in the cooling system will cause a reduction in coolant flow and bubbles in the coolant. Air bubbles will keep coolant away from the engine parts, which will prevent the transfer of heat to the coolant. Low coolant level is caused by leaks or incorrectly filling the radiator.
Check the mixture of antifreeze and water. The mixture should be approximately 50 percent water and 50 percent antifreeze with 3 to 6 percent coolant conditioner. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual. If the coolant mixture is incorrect, drain the system. Put the correct mixture of water, antifreeze and coolant conditioner in the cooling system.
Check for air in the cooling system. Air can enter the cooling system in different ways. The most common causes of air in the cooling system are the incorrect filling of the cooling system and combustion gas leakage into the cooling system. Combustion gas can get into the system through inside cracks, a damaged cylinder head, or a damaged cylinder head gasket.
Check the cooling system hoses and clamps. Damaged hoses with leaks can normally be seen. Hoses that have no visual leaks can soften during operation. The soft areas of the hose can become kinked or crushed during operation. These areas of the hose can restrict the coolant flow. Hoses become soft and/or get cracks after a period of time. The inside of a hose can deteriorate, and the loose particles of the hose can restrict the coolant flow. Faulty Jacket Water Coolant Pump
Inspect the impeller vanes at the jacket water pump for damage and/or for erosion. Repair impeller vanes and/or replace the impeller vanes.Faulty Engine Cooling Fan (if equipped)
If the fan is belt driven, check for loose drive belts. A loose fan drive belt will cause a reduction in the air flow across the radiator. Check the fan drive belt for proper belt tension. Adjust the tension of the fan drive belt, if necessary. Refer to Operation and Maintenance Manual.
Check the fan clutch, if equipped. A fan clutch or a hydraulic driven fan that is not turning at the correct speed can cause improper air speed across the radiator core. The lack of proper air flow across the radiator core can cause the coolant not to cool to the

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