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How do i change the thermostat on a 01 lincoln continental

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SOURCE: Where is thermostat located in a 96 Lincoln



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SOURCE: 1994 Lincoln Continental Executive Series oil level indicator

There is a known issue with the connector for the instrument cluster

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SOURCE: 1997 lincoln Continental serpentine belt change

you need to find which pulley is the belt tensioner. use a socket and a breaker bar to lift the tensioner. once the belt loosen, slide the belt off one of the pulleys close to you. then slowly release the tensioner.

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SOURCE: having trouble with my 1997 lincoln continental i

Have you burped the system? If air gets trapped it can prevent the thermostat from opening and make your engine overheat. To get the air out, start with a cold engine, turn the heat on vent or floor only and run full blast, run the engine with the radiator cap off until it gets to operating temperature. Keep an eye on the coolant level and add as needed until it doesn't drop in level for five minutes. Some cars may require removal of the thermostat so you can drill a small hole in it to allow air to escape from the engine side of the thermostat. Keep any eye on the temperature gauge to make sure you don't over heat it while trying to burp it.

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SOURCE: I changed the thermostat in my 98 Lincoln

i would say to check your water pump then if dosent work i would say you have to do you head gasket i had that problem before but my problem was on a honda civic so its was easier but good luck

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How do I change the thermostat on a 99 Lincoln continental?


The top radiator hose where it connects to the engine is where the thermostat is. Take off the hose and the 2 bolts on the housing to get to the thermostat.

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Check where the top hose meets the motor it should be in the housing held down by two bolts.

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I'm not sure the thermostat is the problem. If the thermostat was stuck open the engine would not warm up and also not overheat.
If its stuck closed, the engine would warm up as well as the heater, then continue to the point of overheating.
If the cooling system is low on liquid coolant, or the water pump is not working, the coolant will not flow thru the heater and the sensor may not know to turn the fans on.

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It is under the cover that the top radiator hoseches to on the engine.

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I changed the thermostat in my 98 Lincoln Continental and it's still overheating, it appears that the water is not cycling from the engine to the radiator, what now?


i would say to check your water pump then if dosent work i would say you have to do you head gasket i had that problem before but my problem was on a honda civic so its was easier but good luck

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I can't find where my thermostat is located on my 1967 lincoln continental.It has a 462 engine.I;m trying to change it.


All you should have to do on the older cars is follow the upper hose from the radiator to the engine. The housing on the engine where the connects is where the thermostat is located.

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