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My car runs hot
1991 Ford Thunderbird

My car runs hot

(1991 Ford Thunderbird)
my car runs hot even after i took the theromastat out. I put a new water pump on and a new thermostat.What could be the problem now head or stoped up?
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on October 14, 2009
Hey bro i have the same problem with my 95 t-bird and its probably the Timing Chain gasket i have to replace it on mine and I am doing it myself so its fairly easy if you have access to the right tools
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you must have a problem and the only way it can easliy be fixed is a new car
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on September 01, 2010
i know just about everything when it come to the tbird, u need to check your fan clutch i had to replace mine at least 2 times a year so i ended up converting my coolant system by taking off the fan clutch an putting the 97 tbird set up with the electric fan
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on April 18, 2012
you might need a radiator flush
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