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2001 lincoln ls engine coolant piping

I need a diagram of the piping for the engine coolant reservoir. Due to unidentified leakage problems. Also because smoke comes out under the hood when not driving and it smells like burnt rubber.

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To find coolant leaks use a radiator pressure tester as leaks sometimes appear to be from a point but in fact are from somewhere else. As to the smoke check the condition of the drive belt and the tension of the belt.

Posted on May 12, 2014

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SOURCE: 2000 Lincoln LS

replace the air filter and then hit your status button when it gets to ac filter press and hold reset until you see life go to 100 percent as far as the overheating YOU MUST BLEED THE COOLANT SYSTEM i had this same problem and it took me like six months to figure it out so i know your frustration you can find full instructions on how to do this at lincolnvscaddilac.com aswell as many other tips and people who know what they are doing with these cars who can help

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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SOURCE: Coolant vapors coming through vents

Sounds to me like a leaking heater core, probably just started. Quite an extensive operation to replace. If you happen to be in a cold climate, the windows will undoubtedly fog up. Hope this helps

Posted on May 12, 2009

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SOURCE: NEED ENGINE DIAGRAM FOR REPLACING

sorry no diagram but rather simple on either side of the engine there are plastic covers in the middle of the valve cover take that off to expose the coil packs disconnect them and the spark plugs are right there in the well i beleave a 5/8 deep well socket and a couple extentions and u should be good

Posted on Sep 03, 2009

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SOURCE: lincoln ls v8 2001 im leaking coolant directly

from my past experience this car is going to need a new coolant tank the molding seam opens when hot and leaks.

Posted on Sep 08, 2009

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SOURCE: Need Diagram for 2003 Lincoln Aviator Serpentine Belt

There are 2 possible diagrams depending on if you have a 4.6L SOHC or a 4.6L DOHC. This information should be on the plate under the hood. Best of luck!
Greg

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