Question about 1995 Ford Thunderbird
1995 ford thunderbird 4.6 engine running hot. changed water pump, thermostate, hoses, still wants to rise up to 230 plus on gages.
Either your head gaskets are bad, or your radiator is bad. If there is no coolant, or muck on your oil dipstick, then it is your radiator. Replace it and your issue will cease. It's worth the expense to buy a "new" one. Used may be good for a week, a month, or 2 years; you never know.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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