Question about Ford F
Make sure the tank is full , fit a pressure gauge and pump up to the pressure stated on the cap. check for external leaks, if none release pressure and start engine , pressure will rise if there is a leak in the head gasket, or a crack in the cylinder head or block.
Posted on Mar 03, 2016
I had similar overheating problems on my Bantam rocam engine which seems to be an airlock in the system, on investigation I found that the vent pipe on the thermostat housing (the thin pipe running to the expansion bottle) orifice was blocked.
Posted on Apr 25, 2013
You said the "water valve" was replaced. Is it the same thing as the heater valve, cause that was my problem. If the water is not leaking then the only other place it can dissapear through is the pistons.(cyl head gasket)
Posted on Sep 30, 2011
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