Question about 1999 Ford Contour
You have a couple of options. first is to add bars leak, an additive you can get at any parts store, to add into your coolant. read bottle carefully if you decide to go this route. it works well but does have the potential for plugging up the cooling system if used wrong. second is to replace the heater core. sometimes its a pain but will save you an overheated engine or ruined carpet. look online like on ebay for your core. i have found them for about half of what the major parts stores sell them for
Posted on Feb 09, 2012
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