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1996 Lincoln Continental is overheating. I drained the radiator. What is the most cause for this car to overheat? cCan I remove the thermostat w/o it affecting the computer?

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Yes ....simply as you did make sure the vehicle is cool so not to get burnt from removing the 2 bolts and remove the old thermostat and replace it the same way as the old one ensure if you tare or damage the old gasket to replace it as well then reassemble the 2 bolts and refill the radiator as well while the engine is running look and see if there are any leaks and that the new part is the issue and the fan is working also

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If its stuck closed, the engine would warm up as well as the heater, then continue to the point of overheating.
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I have a 1996 Lincoln Continental. My husband has changed almost every port of the heating and cooling system from a new radiator to a thermostat, hoses, etc but the car keeps running hot and the overflow...


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Why is my car overheating. i replaced the thermostat and it still overheats.


Check your condenser, it could be clogged up for all you know. If your engine is overheating with all your cooling components working, its gotta be that. I cannot thing of anything else, unless your water jackets are blocked to death!

It's sounds like your radiator is plugged and needs to be replaced. or bar water pump.

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Check your radiator fluid level. If the fluid is low, car will overheat. Fill the radiator and fill your reservoir to the proper hot or cold level marked on the side. If your fluids are good, it could be a faulty thermostat. If the thermostat is stuck closed, your fluid won't flow. If you follow your top radiator hose back it will lead you to the thermostat housing. You will have to drain your fluid to remove and replace the thermostat.

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1996 Licoln Continental-Overheating-what are the most common causes for the engine to overheat?


with it being a 96 i would say the #1 problem for overheating is low fluid that easy just check fluid and add if necessary.the next most common thing is your thermostat bad. which just means to replace it which isnt to hard either. those are gonna your most common problem solvers.

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