Question about 1994 Ford Thunderbird
Plenty of coolant in system
Are you sure that the thermostat is opening? If you let the car run to operating temp, does it get hotter and then suddenly cool down? If so, the thermostat is sticking and needs to be replaced. Put your hand on the radiator hose while the engine is warm. Use a shop towel that is wrapped in a way that it won't get caught in the fan to grip the hose. If the engine is at operating temp and you can't squeeze the hose much that is another sign that the thermostat is sticking. If the hose compresses, the coolant is moving through the thermostat.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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