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2004 Ford Thunderbird 3.9L

My thunderbird 3.9L (2004) the fan starts late when the engine is already hot. We have taken out the thermostat to try and still have the problem
What else could be wrong?

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The car is boiling water. It already has a new thermostat. The car has only 1 thermostat? Is there a temperature sensor? If there is one, where is it located?

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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is the car bioling over and loosing coolant?
do not run this car without the thermostat, just put a new one in.
if you are blowing out antifreeze you probily have a blown headgasket.

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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