Question about 1999 Mercury Cougar
It does not completely over heat, but does get what I think is to hot. I have changed the thermostat, to no effect. There is no steam coming out of the tail pipe. I was told that steam coming out of the tail pipe means I may need head gaskets, Will flushing the rad, help
Check to see that the electric fans are turning on when they are supposed to, and make sure the coolant is full and that the rad cap is good. Bad radiator caps are one of the most common overheating causes
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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