Question about 1998 Mercury Grand Marquis
No indications ever of overheating, then yesterday I was only driving for about 20 minutes and the "High Temperature" indicator went on. This was followed by the "Check Engine" light a few minutes after. I drove it back to my house for the approximately 4 minute drive and it was struggling to make 35 km/hr.
I opened the hood and checked that there was engine coolant in the reservoir, but did not check the level inside because the engine was very hot.
Please help...what is going on?
Can be many things. Cheapest would be the thermostat. Then the waterpump, most expensively would be the timing belt. 200,400,1100.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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