Question about 2001 Ford F150 Styleside SuperCrew
Start with the basics such as verify correct coolant level and water pump operation. Check air flow across condenser and radiator. It is easy to fold-over the cooling fins with high pressure at car wash. Observe operation of fan to make sure viscous function properly spins fan blade at high temp. Also verify a good radiator cap. All the basics covered and no problem found you should then look into possibility of restricted radiator core, especially if temps are rising slowly, such as under load or long, hard pull up a hill. Will be more noticeable on hot days. Least likely from the description is thermostat, though don't forget it if necessary.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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