Question about Ford Explorer
Already placed radiator ,water pump, thermastat
Since you have done the basics, more information is needed. Under what conditions does it overheat, and how severely? Only when at idle for several minutes? Could be bad fan clutch or missing/damaged fan shroud. Severely overheats so bad you can't drive it at all? Blown head gasket? You can often diagnosis this by running with radiator cap removed and see bubbles in the radiator, or also look for water in oil, or oil in the coolant. Also, check with parts store. I think certain years of these run a reverse direction water pump, and if you get the wrong one they will overheat badly.
Posted on Dec 12, 2014
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