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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
replace the engine ground from the battery to engine and to the body sounds like bad grounds . seen this before fords are sensitive to grounds .hope this helps Thunderboltz please rate if this helps.
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
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To avoid serious burns, allow engine coolant to cool down first.
Radiator Drain Plug:
Climb under the front of car and look for a 'see though' hole in the body/shroud (possible on driver's side).
You should see a screw plug, connecting to the botton tank of your radiator. Depending on the age of radiator, the plug will be either a WingNut type (undo by hand), or a 13mm hex bolt (with a phillips head) - you may need to use a long sock/extension to undo the plug, but ensure you do not overtighten as it's only plastic.
Note: if you simply cannot get at your drain plug, then just remove the bottom radiator hose as an alternative.
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Posted on Jun 11, 2011
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