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Some just pound out of the rotor. Take wheel off and then see if you cant drive out broken stud with a hammer. Usually this is how it's done and then you can drive a new one in the back side.

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Replace thermostat on 2007 ford escape


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Overheating


BELOW list is compiled from our staff with a more likely cause of overheating.

Radiator cap failure. Must be able to handle 15 psi tested.
Antifreeze failure. Has the coolant been tested or changed in the last few years?
Does the cooling fan
cycle?
Clogged radiator.
Thermostat
failure. Thermostat's do fail, you you have any memory of changing it?
Head gasket. This problum you would tend to never be able to get the air out of the radiator, lots of small bubbles. if this is your problem seek provisional help this problem only get worse not better.

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