Question about 2000 Ford Focus
Coolant levels are ok but no circulation
Two things could be wrong here. 1.) The easiest to replace is the Thermostat. Follow the big hose off the top of the radiator and it will take you right two it. A hose clamp 2 bolts and its off. The part is around 15 bucks at your local parts store. 2.) you could have a bad water pump. to change this around 150 if you do it yourself. or if you have it done around 300. I would start by changing the thermostat as thats your most likely problem. Thanks for using FixYa!
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