Question about 2000 Lincoln Continental
Filled radator from steel tube by the reserve tank reserve tank kept running over and no heat
My guess the heater core is bad....did the fluid leak close to the firewall (meaning your dash)...How fast did u lose the fluid after u filled it?
Posted on Mar 26, 2015
Open the cap on radiator and fill there first
Posted on Mar 26, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
YES. But dont overfill it. Slowly add coolant to the low full line and let it run a while, like 10 minutes. if the level goes down fill it to the full line. After it cools for 30 minutes recheck the level and add as needed.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
SOURCE: Radiator Reserve Tank
Your engine is pressurizing the coolant system through a leak in the head-gasket, it could be airgaps but I'm going to be your head gasket needs replacement.
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
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It could be and inspect your transmission fluid and have it serviced if it is the transmission fluid and also your engine oil. Engine coolant is corrosive to the bearings in your transmission and engine and can cause you to loose which ever you have cross contamination with.
If it's transmission fluid, then you'll loose your transmission is not corrected and if it's engine oil. Then your going to loose the engine shortly if not corrected.
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Posted on Jul 15, 2010
SOURCE: my engine cooling module or
Your radiator might be air bound or clogged. When the car gets up to temperature and the thermostat opens shut the car off and try to feel all the corners of the rad. if its cool in any spot you might need a flush or new radiator. (When thermostat opens let car run for about 5 min before shutting down) Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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