Question about 2001 Lincoln LS
It could be an air bubble in the system get the car up to normal tempature before it does remove the reservoir cap and if the antifreeze goes down then add until it gets to the hot level in the bottle and put the cap back on right away and then the next thing to check is the drive belt put on a glove check the upper radiator hose by squeezing it together if it opens up in your hand right away this is a good sign your water pump is still good find out the problem as soon as you can cause this an aluminum engine block and most of them do not like heat
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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