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(1999 Ford Explorer)
in Canton, IL on September 17, 2009
I just changed the radiator and filled it back up with liquids and it still over heats. I am wondering what am i doing wrong?
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on September 17, 2009
You need to diagnose why your Ford over heats. Do your cooling fans work? Does the engine release steam out of the tail pipe that smells sickly sweet? Does you Ford use coolant? Is there a slight leak from a hose or the water pump? How old is your thermostat?
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