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SOURCE: My 2004 Aviator air conditioner is not cooling.

Where ever you take it they are going to do an AC service. That involves evacuating the system of any remaining freon, pulling a vacuum in the system, seeing if the system holds the vacuum, and then recharging the system with freon and adding some type of leak detector dye to the freon. That can run anywhere from $40 to $90, depending on where you live and the labor rates where you live. You can call around to the different shops in your area and ask how much they charge to do an AC service.

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How do u get to the thermastate on a 2004 lincoln aviator and how do bleed and add water


Attached is a video link for you. Lincoln is made by Ford so yours is the same. I recommend you replace the radiator hoses if you haven't replaced them in the last 5 years. You do not have to bleed the cooling system on your truck. https://youtu.be/MKHnFY4WU8o

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Where is the thermostat housing for my 04 aviator located


bottom left of engine lower radiator hose conector

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2003 lincoln aviator water boiling and car overheating


Check to coolant level after it cools off and check to see if coolant-water mixture is correct. If those are ok. You could have to much air in the coolant system. Most radiator caps will automatically vent the air out of the coolant system. It could be as simple as a coolant cap that gone bad. Or you may have a air bleed valve on it and you need to bleed the air out manually. To bleed it you will have to crank engine and get it warm. Touch top radiator hose to see if its warm. If not then the thermostat has not opened yet. That could also be the problem. After it gets warm open the bleeder valve if equipped and bleed all the air out. Once the steam and hot air from the valve starts to be gone and pure coolant coming from the valve. You have successfully bleed the coolant system. Cool engine back off and check coolant level once more. Hope this helps.

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When draining radiator for flush the Haynes manual says to "detach coolant air bleed hose from throttle body". Where's this?


This is located at the front of the engine, but is very difficult to get to because many other things are around it. It is not necessary to do this step. When refilling the radiator with fresh coolant, fill it to the top, then set the heater controls to maximum and let engine run with radiator cap off. When the thermostat opens, the coolant will flow thru the system and bleed out all the air. Fill the radiator with additional coolant.

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Hello i wanted to know where my thermostat is on my 2004 lincoln aviator


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04 Lincoln Aviator Just changed oil filter adapter gasket and now its running hot. The new gasket was just like the old one and I replaced the coolant. I noticed the upper radiator hoses are hot, but the...


You have air in the system
It may work it's way out to the
recovery bottle over time as
it cools and draws in more cool,
so keep container full

I"m not sure if you have a vent hose
to bleed my lincoln ls does

Remove the radiator cap,warm up
when thermostat opens add more
coolant 50/50 or 60/40 Yellow GO5 I
believe

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I changed the antifreeze/coolant on a lincoln aviator 2004 with 50/50 preston product. now it runs hot, why


There are two things that you need to look at, one is antifreeze type, many newer cars use a red antifreeze and it cools better than the green, Also, look for air bleeds, usually little fittings that look like a grease fitting, or brake bleeder screw, AND have heater(s) on full hot when filling the cooling system. Pressure test and look for any leaks.

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Does a 2004 Lincoln Aviator have an interior air conditioner filter? Left side vent is blowing little air, have added coolant, didn't help with the blowing but did with the cooling some. Mechanic said he...


Does a 2004 Lincoln Aviator have an interior air conditioner filter? Left side vent is blowing little air, have added coolant, didn't help with the blowing but did with the cooling some. Mechanic said he couldn't find filter

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I hav e2004 nissan altima my heater is constantly blowing when turned on but only blows hot when car is moving or u rev motor


Sounds like an air pocket, make sure your radiator is completely full, should be an air bleed valve by thermostat housing to bleed air with engine off when filling radiator.

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My 2004 Aviator air conditioner is not cooling.


Where ever you take it they are going to do an AC service. That involves evacuating the system of any remaining freon, pulling a vacuum in the system, seeing if the system holds the vacuum, and then recharging the system with freon and adding some type of leak detector dye to the freon. That can run anywhere from $40 to $90, depending on where you live and the labor rates where you live. You can call around to the different shops in your area and ask how much they charge to do an AC service.

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