Question about 2001 Lincoln LS
Whenever I am driving, my temp gauge will sit at right about its normal spot for about 5 minutes after the car has been warmed up. Then it will jump up to as hot as it can go for about five minutes, then cool back down. I don't know if my car is actually overheating or what. The coolant level is fine. The person who sold me the car claims it is a computer error and to ignore it. There is no way that could be right.
I have a similar problem except i was told to drive it in town only since the transmission is bad.. we replaced the heads.. fan.. pump and thermostat.. im waiting to change the transmission.. idk what else to do? is there a chance that it can be tha transmission? please i need answers i need the car to get around!
Posted on Jan 14, 2014
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Posted on Aug 03, 2009
Sounds like youhave air in your cooling system.you need to start it in the driveway,let it warm to running temp with the cap off.if it drops when the thermostat opens add a little coolant at a time until it forces the air out of the system.hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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