Question about 1999 Ford Windstar
Your overflow cap could be your problem. The cap may no longer hold pressure like it should causing small leaks that you don't notice which will make the car run hot. Also it could be the fans not kicking on because of a bad temperature sending sensor. If these go bad, the temp switch don't know how hot the coolant is therefore it will not signal for the fans to turn on to start cooling.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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