overheating on 1998 Lincoln Continental

i have a 98 lincoln continental that runs hot in city driving. i have replaced the thermostat, water pump, flushed the radiator and have burped the cooling system. reading other sites this seems to be a common problem. is there a common fix to the overheating problem? (besides turning on the heater)

by in Green Bay, WI on November 16, 2010
1 answer
ANSWER by on November 16, 2010
runs hot or overheating?? runs hot is one thing but overheating is a terminal issue if you are driving it everyday. did you verify the cooling fans are working?? i hope you have not done internal damage by driving this way. Roy
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