Question about 2004 Ford Thunderbird
Started a year ago. Its been in the shop 4 times for this problem. Last time my bird spent a week at Ford Country and cost almost $4000 to fix problem with overheating, a/c. 5 weeks have past and the car is now overheating again. I cant drive 2 miles without pulling over. I took it back and Ford now says the cooling fan is heating radiator! another $945.00 to fix. YEA RIGHT. Im pissed. what can i do.
I would try a new thermostat and a good rad flush, and if your running dexcool switch to a green type (prestone, motomaster)
that worked in a ford taurus for us
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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