Question about 2004 Lincoln Aviator
There are two things that you need to look at, one is antifreeze type, many newer cars use a red antifreeze and it cools better than the green, Also, look for air bleeds, usually little fittings that look like a grease fitting, or brake bleeder screw, AND have heater(s) on full hot when filling the cooling system. Pressure test and look for any leaks.
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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