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Little to no heat from 2002 Mercury Cougar. Thermo- OK, Change over- OK Anti Freeze- OK

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Your system is airlocked.You should have a bleeding screw at the top of the engine if not loosen a top hose and let air out then close making sure water supply is topped up .adrian;;;;

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My car is running hot do u think i need to change the motor?


buy a radiator flush kit, some prestone flush additive, and even maybe a new thermostat, and a simple haynes manual for your auto. The manual will tell you where and how to change the thermostat, and how to drain the radiator, and how much radiator fluid you will need. The flush kit will instruct you where to put the flush fitting.
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You could always take it to a shop and pay the $200 to do it for you. My way would cost you less than $50.

please click yes if this helps. thanks

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