Question about Lincoln LS
Suspect you have a loose clamp on a radiator hose or the oil change guy made something leak. There is a tool which is similar to a a bicycle pump in that it pressurizes the water system and your engine does not have to run or be hot to test. Some major auto parts stores may have a loaner.
Its going to stay hot and lose pressure until you fix the leak.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 96 honda civic ex runs hot
It is either a blown head gasket or a cracked head. Depending on which motor your civic has, this could be a tricky replacement, either way, you have to remove the head off of the motor, and then take the head to have it pressure checked to see if there is a crack in it. Nine times out of ten though, you can see a crack in the head with your eye, but you have to have the right "eye" to be able to see the crack.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
Hello Ranger Joe, eight months and two radiators is very uncommon. Question, Have you visually confirmed the leak in the radiators or is the leak near the hose connections? Replacing the radiator, cap, water pump, & the thermostat leaves only two others, the hoses and the engine block/heads. Far fitched will be something or somebody poking holes in the radiator.
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
there is a coolant cap on the overflow bottle check it for seal
i'd just replace it
also if you put the new thermostat in backward the overheating would be significant
Posted on May 04, 2009
Inspect the manifold gasket. You may have a small leak and the oil is burning off on the manifold. On short trips, the leak may not be evident, therefore no oil is being leaked onto the manifold.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
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