Question about 2000 Lincoln LS
Drove car 100+ miles w/no problem. In town driving, car overheats all the way to the red zone until I turn AC off.
Runs slightly over normal w/AC off.
Couple of items you need to check. Make sure that your radiator is flowing properly. Often after sitting dry, blockages harden up and flow less than before, overheat originally before repair can also free up debris inside engine and add to plugging of core. Make sure that fans are operating especially with ac on. If you did not change thermostat during repair, change it. Not often but they can sometimes partially open, restricting flow. Also make sure that coolant is at correct concentration (50/50) and that there is no air trapped in the system.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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