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My crown vic is overheating mainly when i turn on the air but also my coolant is not staying in the car but i can't see it leaking anywhere it a 97

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Maybe the reason for not seeing any loss of coolant could be because it is leaking internally, take it to a garage for tests.

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I have an ex police crown vic 1997 it appears to be overheating if i leave the ac running for about 20 mins. i changed the fan clutch/ radiator, where should thedial actually be?


it's funny to be reading about a similar situation i'm having. i also have a '97 crown vic, bought at a municipal auction.
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while diagnosing a different matter, i noticed the coolant temperature at one point reached 217 F. i'm going to replace the thermostat as it may only be opening partialy. my temp gage is normally just above the half way point between the high and low marks. it hasn't gone any further towards the high temp mark to be alarming.
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My car keeps overheating but no leaks, and the thermostat hose still gets hot. whats the problem? its a 99 crown vic police package


since this vehicle has a thermal clutch fan I'd start there

are ALL the hoses getting hot?
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  • lower rad hose
  • heater hoses
does the overheating reduce when you turn on the heat at full speed


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