Question about Ford Mustang
One good way to tell if the thermostat is the issue is to carefully touch the lower radiator hose when the engine over heats. If the lower hose is cool there is no circulation through the radiator and the thermostat is the problem.
Unless there there is an obstruction in the hose blocking coolant flow.
Has the lower radiator hose been changed recently? Make sure there is a spring in the hose to prevent it from collapsing and restricting coolant flow.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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