Question about 1992 Ford Explorer
The most likely culprit is a blown head gasket. The gasket between the head and engine block is designed to fail before the engine... You can pressurize the water system and see if it leaks off pressure. This would be an indication of a head gasket leak.
If you decide to replace head gaskets, I suggest also having the head machined to remove any warpage... believe it or not these big old steel heads CAN warp...
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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