Lincoln LS Problem Report

Lincoln LS Overheating Due to Damaged Water Pump

(31 reports)

Erratic engine coolant temperature or intermittent overheating can be caused by corrosion inside the water pump. The impeller may spin on the water pump shaft or the impeller may corrode. Either condition reduces coolant circulation resulting in engine overheating.

 

Overheating and put new thermostat, still overheat. Run aircondition and overheat within 5 minute. Don't know what the problem. Had it checked was told p1299. -
I changed the water pump in my car and the hydraulic fan and it still overheats I dont know what the problem is -
just keep overheating and the Ac keeps blowing out hot air -
overheating.. replaced all plastic that needed to get replaced, replaced thermostat, replaced heater core hose, and resavoir. i'm guessing now water pump..ugh -
engine over heats put a new thermostat same problem -
overheating -
Was driving for about 10minutes when it sounds like a jet plane under my hood. My temp went straight to hot in seconds so I pulled over and turned off car. After, 15mins I was able to restart & finish my 10mins drive back home but soon as I reached my driveway it went straight to hot again. -
Multi-system failure. Cost to repair $3,200 for impeller, head gasket, subsequently fouled coil ignition pack and water pump. -
Overheats within ten minutes of cold startup. After overheat notification engine was shutdown. After about one minute engine cooled properly. -
overheating -
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