Question about 2002 Ford F150 Regular Cab
I drive the truck for about 1 hour, then I park it and when I come back it will not start. I wait for about 15 minutes then it will start. Sometimes it takes 8 hours to start. The truck is overheating so I replace the thermatostate, and the thing on the side next to the battiery, the battiery was replace as well. I still have the same problem. The Ford dealer repail shop said I should replace the radiator.
It could be the water pump going bad...did the dealer even check that out for you? the water pump is alot cheaper than a new radiator
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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