1991 Ford Thunderbird Q&A

1991 Ford Thunderbird Question: engine runs hot

I replaced the water pump took thermostat out an it still runs hot could this be the intake gasget.I've tryed all I know HELP -
Answer 1
The intake manifold gasket wont effect the cooling system per say unless it is allowing a vacuum leak causing a lean condition or allowing a cooling leak .I will send you article I wrote but we have not yet published on the website. I will send it to your email address you posted this question from.. -
Answer 2
No its not the intake gasket its probably the Timing Chain gasket, same problem with my 95 -
Answer 3
Most likely your radiator is clogged. You should have it checked and rodded out. -
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