I suggest that you check the water pump - some look ok from the outside but the impeller separates from the shaft internally so it does not force the water around and relying on thermosyphon flow is not sufficient for the engine but may well be sufficient for heating.
This sounds like your radiator is clogged,if you let your car idle for a few minutes does the hoses on the radiator get warm both the top and bottom hoses.
You need to let the engine warm up to feel if the lower radiator hose gets warm,if it stays cool the radiator is clogged and needs to be replaced.
The temparature sensor for the cooling fan is often ...
Scenario #1: Get your engine bay/compartment cleaned (pressurised air) by the qualified service station mechanic. If you are lucky it can be resolved by removing some obstacles between the fan wings and radiator/heatsinks; like dead rats or birds or other things like, wires or strings. Also, otherwise if the radiator fan motor bearings (one for radiator ...
It sounds as though it could be one of two things. Either the fan is kicking on (the main fan) because the vehicle is up to temp and there's enough heat in the system. Secondly it could be the A/C compressor kicking on. When the A/C kicks in, the fans will kick in as well.
You need to open the bonnet (hood) of your vehicle and pinpoint where the noise is ...
The 12v pin on the OBDII should be constant on regardless of the key position. Here is the pin out:
You can test it with a multimeter to ensure it is this way in your vehicle.
Whether it will work for trickle charging with a solar panel has yet to be seen, but always worth a go.
The most common thing is a warped rotor. Even though it's new doesn't mean it's not warped. Sometimes an inferior quality rotor can be warped out of the box. Rotors can also become warped quickly by sticking calipers and\or slides or bad brake hoses. These can cause the rotors to overheat and warp in short order. If hub is excessively dirty it can also cause ...
The easiest way to check if its actual wheel rubbing is to get a flashlight and look all inside the wheel well and on the tire surface (mostly near the corners) for linear striping marks. Shouldn't be too hard to spot. If it's too dirty to see any marks, you can also try dusting the inside of the wheel well with something like foot powder to make any rubbing ...
I have a load tester that will tell the voltage of the battery. You should have the battery fully charged. You can put the battery under load test and it should return back to the proper voltage in the green range after the load test. You can get it tested like this with these at most repair shops. I have just worked on a battery that was only 7 months ...
According to RockAuto.com, the parts are as follows:
Engine Air Filter OEM Part #: 17220R1AA01
Cabin Air Filter OEM Part #'s: 80292SDAA01, 80292SDCA01, 80292SECA01, 80292SWAA01