Question about 1995 Ford Escort
Its possible the timing belt is not correctly aligned. The car will still run but will have adverse problems, loss of power, poor economy, overheating. If the head gasket is wrong or improperly installed (upside down) certain cooling passages could be blocked causing the over heat. Have a different shop verify ignition timing, compression, timing belt alignment, thermostat installation direction, cooling system integrity i. e. pressure test the radiator cap and system, coolant flow through radiator, and cooling fan operation. good luck
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
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