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Have a 95 3.8L ford mustang overheating have put in a new thermastat and changed water pump still overheating what should be the next step

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I would have changed my hoses and flushed out the radiatorput more anteefreez than water and see what happens,people aways put more water than anteefreez.dont use the half and half

Posted on Aug 24, 2010

  • randy smerud Sep 17, 2010

    my 1995 mustang did the same thing.i tried what you tried,no help. i ended up changing plug wires. it helped me.

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