Question about 1988 Ford Bronco II
Will an electric cooling fan resolve my problem? The engine I have in came from a 87 bronco2 .I cleaned it had a clean radiator installed new heater core/hoses/180 thermostate,tried ice water product.and it still wants to boil over. We rebuilt overdrive trans at same time.At this time I am running without thermostate installed.Seams as same problem exsists with differant motor,and cooling system.Hot weather makes this motor run hot.Is the overdrive causeing the motor to run hotter.Maybe a larger trans cooler would be better? Can you help me with this ongoing problem? Idaho Gym
You might laugh, but have you put a new rad cap on? If the system is not holding enough pressure it can overheat.
Posted on Sep 12, 2008
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