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I'm removing the reservoir tank because the top popped off and the car started overheating two days ago. I was told awhile ago that the top on the tank should bge changed but it slipped my mind and i paid for it when th car overheated

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  • Joel Friedenberg May 15, 2014

    Hi marcus , I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?What is your question- how to replace the over-flow tank or something else?

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    marcus May 15, 2014

    I'm very sorry for that. I have a 1992 Lincoln town car two days ago i was driving and it started to overheat. It has never happen before i had the A/C on the maybe 30mins later i started smelling radiator fluid threw the vent when I stopped the car it was coming from the reservoir tank the top had popped off. i was told to chage out the tank awhile ago but it slipped my mind. I coulnt put the top back because the metal part you put the top on had broken off the tank do you think thats the reason my car overheated?

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    marcus May 15, 2014

    There isn't any fluid leaking from anywhere else just from the reservoir tank

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    marcus May 15, 2014

    I have a universal interdynamics/2.5qt. coolant return kit for large vehicles from autozone they said it will fit my car but i dont think it will the hose from the radaitor will but the other hose wont what do you think i should do if i cant find one at the junk yard?

  • Joel Friedenberg May 15, 2014

    Can't find the exact replacement tank, although I did find tanks on e bay which may fit. Sorry!, But if your original tank is not broken,or cracked, why not use it with a new cap? Sorry I couldn't help more. Good luck....

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  • Joel Friedenberg May 15, 2014

    what engine is in the vehicle? I believe the part will be listed for the year and ford engine size.

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    marcus May 15, 2014

    4.6

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    marcus May 15, 2014

    4.6 v8

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