Question about 1989 Ford Mustang
Well, this definitely sounds like you have a blown head gasket, and maybe a busted heater core (water vapor out of air vents). Both were probably caused by the car overheating creating a lot of pressure in the cooling system and blowing the head gasket(s) and maybe the heater core. The vapor out of the vents could also be caused by external coolant leakage of the head gasket on the hot engine bringing the vapor inside the cab via the heater fan...
I'd get that checked before any major engine damage happens...
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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