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I have a 1996 Lincoln continental with a severe overheating problem. I was wondering how much the thermostate has to open to allow the coolent to go through. Mine opens about 1-16th of an inch.

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If it opens it is workin put it in a pot with water on stove let heat up and watch it open thats how u test it,check fan,water pump,flush radiator

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