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Water pump malfunctioning. Thermostat stuck losed or partially closed. Radiator plugged full of sediment.

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2005 ford freestar if its not water pump could it be coolant? Fixed my thermostat and still temp rises


Check the coolant level, add some if needed. If you never bled the air out or flushed the system with new coolant, that would be wise to do. Air pockets in your coolant tank can cause pressure and Temps to rise. Make sure your fans are kicking on, once your car reaches a certain temp, it hits a temp switch telling the fan to kick on. Could be faulty coolant temperature sensor as well

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COOLANT FAN NOT COMING ON WHEN CAR REACH HIGH TEMP


the FSM covers this. it states the exact temp.
if it must come , in view of facts,
(about 250F ,using a pyro gun)
then it can only be these:
with a volt meter this is childs play, got 12v to fan, . ?
1: bad fan, (hot wire it, does it work, yes, skip to #1)
2> wire to fan broken,. that means the connectors too.
3: The relay that drives this fan is bad,
4: the signal that drives the relay coil is dead.

easy as 1,2,3,4 , you can do it in any order, and get the same answer.
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you never once hinted at location.... sadly.

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P0125 code


The code means the engine is not reaching normal operating temp.
You would need to use a scanner to see what the temp sensor is telling the computer the coolant temp is.
If the coolant temp sensor is showing 180 degrees or more after 5 min of run time, the problem could be the computer.

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What is coolant temp sensor


a coolant temp sensor is what tells you how hot your motor is getting your car has a determined temp setting when the coolant temp reaches that the fans turn on and cool it down most cars have 2 of these sensors 1 runs the guage and 1 tells the fans when to turn on and off.

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I have an overheating problem on my 1980 kz 1300 i think its the thermostat but i dont wanna buy a new one if that is not the issue is there any other solutions to this problem or is it the thermostat?


The thermostat will only cause overheating if is not opening - or not opening at the correct temperature. Before replacing it, you may want to rule out some of the other possible causes of overheating: Bent or otherwise obstructed radiator cooling fins, contaminated or insufficient coolant, clogged radiator, incorrect temp gauge reading, inoperative cooling fan, defective radiator cap, etc.
Check the above things, then ask yourself: Does it overheat when riding at highway speeds, or just in slow riding conditions? Is it really overheating? Coolant temps that exceed about 250F is cause for concern. Coolant temperatures which do not exceed 250F while negotiating stop-and-go traffic on a hot summer day are quite acceptable.
If all else appears in good working order, remove the thermostat and place it in a pot of water, over the stove. With a thermometer handy to measure the water temperature, begin heating. You should be able to see the thermostat begin to open by the time the water gets up to 185F - and it should be fully open at 210F. If it fails this basic test, replace it.

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6.5 td fueling up when it reaches 180 deg


You have fuel in you cylinder.....Check your carburetor. It might need adjustments. Also, check for faulty fuel pump, injector, engine electronic. Also, check your fluids...all of them.

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After car has reached operating temp, if I don?t move for a while the temp. will keep rising. I notice that the fans have not been coming on, but they do turn on when I turn on the A/C. Where is the...


on your car are two sensors one is an engine temp sensor the other is a coolant temp sensor
change the coolant temp sensor that is what goes bad most of the time when the water gets to 210 degrees the coolant temp turns on of that is working change the radiator fan relay

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Coolant temp below thermostat regulating temp


more than likely the thermostat has stuck open. Or opening to soon not allowing the car to reach normal operating temperature. I would start by replacing the thermostat. Clearing the code and running a drive cycle and see if the code comes back. if the code does not return problem solved. if it does return replace the coolant temp sensor.

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Coolant temperature


sounds like an air pocket check the coolant level

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