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Cooling system for a aviator - Aviator Lincoln Cars & Trucks

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The cooling system is shown in the factory service manuals

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Where is the bleederror valve in radiator lincoln aviator


Hello Eric,

If you'd care to elaborate...

I have a bunch of Lincoln books...
Can you elaborate on your trouble.

If you cooling system is throwing some warning... about coolant
either your ENTIRE system level is to low or you have a leak between your fill reservoir (recovery tank (at firewall)) and your radiator.

My best suggestion would be to beg, borrow or buy a cooling system tester (see below) and do a cold pressure test of your system (leaks are MUCH MORE OBVIOUS) without the engine running...

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Where is the bleeder valve for my 2005 Lincoln Aviator for the cooling system


Newer vehicles don'y have one. Just fill the reservoir half way, until it won't take any more. Start the truck and let it get to operating temperature. When the T stat opens the reservoir will go down add more coolant. I add to about an inch over the hot mark. Then take it for a short drive, making turns both ways. This helps purge out what little air is in it. Let it cool down, recheck coolant level.

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2003 Lincoln aviator that runs hot but appears to leak all the time


Darlene, the cooling system could now have air in it now, which may have to be bled out for cooling system to operate correctly, When you said it was leaking, ensure the leak was not internal to engine or you will have a lot bigger issue.

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03 aviator. Replaced the thermostat and there is no leaks. New coolant. Ac blows cold. Start to drive for about 2 miles n it starts to read hot. Don't know what else it could be


have the air lock bled out of the cooling system
when doing this also ensure that the heater tap is turned on
You can do it cold by loosening off a hose at the highest point of the system or having a radiator shop do it for you.

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Thermostat on 2005 aviator location


Removal & Installation

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4.6L & 5.4L SOHC Engines

  1. Partially drain the engine cooling system to a level below the thermostat.
  2. Disconnect the upper radiator hose from the water outlet adapter.
  3. Remove the power steering reservoir upper mounting bracket.
  4. Remove the bolts and remove the water outlet adapter.
  5. Remove the water thermostat and the O-ring seal. Discard the O-ring seal.
  6. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure. Tighten the water outlet adapter bolts to 18 ft. lbs. (25 Nm). Tighten the power steering reservoir upper mounting bracket as shown in the accompanying illustration.

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    Fig. View of the power steering reservoir upper mounting bracket and tightening specifications


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    Fig. Exploded view of the water outlet adapter and tightening specifications



5.4L & 6.8L Engines

  1. Partially drain the cooling system to a level below the thermostat.
  2. Disconnect the upper radiator hose.
  3. Remove the coolant outlet connection, as follows:
    1. Remove the bolts.
    2. Remove the coolant outlet connection.

  4. Remove the (A) coolant thermostat and the (B) O-ring seal.
  5. Discard the (B) O-ring seal.

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    Fig. Remove the (A) coolant thermostat and the (B) O-ring seal


To install:

NOTE Thermostat must be installed as illustrated.
  1. Use a new (A) O-ring seal to position the (B) coolant thermostat in the (C) upper intake manifold.

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    Fig. Use a new (A) O-ring seal to position the (B) coolant thermostat in the (C) upper intake manifold

  2. Install the coolant outlet connection, as follows:
    1. Position the coolant outlet connection on the upper intake manifold.
    2. Install the bolts and tighten to 15-22 ft. lbs. (20-30 Nm).

  3. Connect the upper radiator hose.
  4. Fill the cooling system.

  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions section.
  2. Partially drain the cooling system to a level below the thermostat.
  3. Disconnect the upper radiator hose.
  4. Remove the coolant outlet connection, as follows:
    1. Remove the bolts.
    2. Remove the coolant outlet connection.

  5. Remove the (A) coolant thermostat and the (B) O-ring seal.
  6. Discard the (B) O-ring seal.

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    Fig. Remove the (A) coolant thermostat and the (B) O-ring seal


To install:

NOTE Thermostat must be installed as illustrated.
  1. Use a new (A) O-ring seal to position the (B) coolant thermostat in the (C) upper intake manifold.

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    Fig. Use a new (A) O-ring seal to position the (B) coolant thermostat in the (C) upper intake manifold

  2. Install the coolant outlet connection, as follows:
    1. Position the coolant outlet connection on the upper intake manifold.
    2. Install the bolts and tighten to 15-22 ft. lbs. (20-30 Nm).

  3. Connect the upper radiator hose.
  4. Fill the cooling system.


5.4L DOHC Engine

  1. Partially drain the engine cooling system to a level below the thermostat.
  2. Disconnect the upper radiator hose, the heater water inlet hose and the heated PCV inlet hose from the water outlet adapter.

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    Fig. Disconnect the upper radiator hose, the heater water inlet hose and the heated PCV inlet hose from the water outlet adapter

  3. Remove the water hose connection and thermostat.
  4. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure. Tighten the mounting bolt to 18 ft. lbs. (25 Nm).

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    Fig. Exploded view of the thermostat-5.4L DOHC engine

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My 2003 lincoln aviator heated and ac seat is not working how to check it


Depower and Repower the Supplemental Restraint System. This will "re-train" the system to recognize the climate controlled seats.

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I changed the antifreeze/coolant on a lincoln aviator 2004 with 50/50 preston product. now it runs hot, why


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Does a 2004 Lincoln Aviator have an interior air conditioner filter? Left side vent is blowing little air, have added coolant, didn't help with the blowing but did with the cooling some. Mechanic said he...


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My 2004 Aviator air conditioner is not cooling.


Where ever you take it they are going to do an AC service. That involves evacuating the system of any remaining freon, pulling a vacuum in the system, seeing if the system holds the vacuum, and then recharging the system with freon and adding some type of leak detector dye to the freon. That can run anywhere from $40 to $90, depending on where you live and the labor rates where you live. You can call around to the different shops in your area and ask how much they charge to do an AC service.

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