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94 Lincoln continental Water Leak

Although the radiator has been replaced water and antifreeze leak causing the car to overheat. Where could that leak be? t's not going into the engine block.

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If it not going into the oil and its not smoking out the exhaust then there is only one other place its going thats on the ground somewhere

Posted on Jan 12, 2013

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SOURCE: 1970 Lincoln Continental Mk III technical specifications replacing water pump

get yourself a haynes manual # 59010
it will give you step by step instructions

Posted on Apr 06, 2009

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SOURCE: Can't Burp the cooling system - Overheats

If you can't remove all the air by filling while running with heater on hot, there is a possibility that you have a leaking cylinder head gasket (pressure from there will fill the cooling system and displace coolant) To test, have a shop do a hydrocarbon test on the radiator. Hope I'm wrong, but quite often on those I'm not.

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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SOURCE: Mark VIII overheating

Did the radiator check out ok, if it is ok then you might have an air lock in the cooling system, try loosening the coolant sensor or remove it while adding coolant engine should burp large air bubble then start to ake more coolant, how much have you put in, get back to me if you still need help, i strive for the best Ray

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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SOURCE: 94 Lincoln TC engine stalls when slowing/stopping

Most common cause of stalling for Lincolns in that era is the TPS (Throttle Position Sensor). It regulates fuel mixture, idle speed etc. A bad TPS will usually act up in one of two ways:

  1. When cold, car continually stalls
  2. When warm, car stalls when slowing down (especially if AC is on)
As far as valve cover oil leak, it's a problem that should be addressed to keep oil from fouling your spark plugs but highly unlikely to be the cause of your stalling problem. Hope this answers your question. All the best.
Greg

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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SOURCE: 2002 Lincoln LS, V6 overheats

Did you purge the air out of the syst.? Also you replaced the fan but are they coming on? have you checked the fuses and relays? if all this is ok then is the computer comanding it on? Is the computer getting correct info from Eng coolant temp. snsr (ECT)

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