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Jun 8, 2012 - Uploaded by Mike Anthony Autosports
It does not matter what this issue was or is. was never fixed. Got rid of this car December 15th 2012. Currently ...
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98-02 lincoln ls no start ( fuel system problem ) or no fuel pressure ... 7-12-2013 1995 lincoln towncar wont ...
I dont think the coolant is boiling, I think you have an air bubble in your system wich is causing a air lock and youll need it flushed out. Your reservior cap should be tight always.. never loose this is an air tight system and your allowing it to get air in it. I have a 2002 linc ls and just had to pay 1000.00 to replace the system because I let an air lock go for too long and had so much back pressure I blew up my reservior.
I know it sounds redundant but, please replace your radiator reservoir cap; they tend to wear out and, without extreme pressure that they provide to modern engine systems the coolant boils. (you don't even see it leaving the coolant system as wispy steam as you drive. the physics are: more pressure higher boiling point. this why modern cars can have much smaller radiators and, use auxilliary electric sensor controlled fans.
Cheap try is new radiator cap. If it cant pressurize the system the boil temp lowers considerably. If put new cap on and still over heat could have bad head gasket or a blockage in radiator...Cap is common and 10.00 to fix....