...coolant out of reservoir cap when engine is switched off after a normal 12- 15 mile drive...temp gauge stays within normal range...changed thermostat to no effect. are the fans on when engine ...
Question about 2000 Taurus
coolant leaking from reservoir cap in a 2000 ford taurus. I replaced the cap. still leaks when driving down the road. Car does not overheat or even run hotter than normal. No leaks in reservoir tank. ...
coolant was changed.the water is still backing up out of the reservoir but no other leaks found. could it be a blown fuse.what other possible causes? it could be water pump, radiator fan, check system
...coolant vent hose at degas bottle. Remove power steering oil reservoir retaining screws and position power steering oil reservoir out of the way. Remove degas bottle return hose and clamp. Remove ...
coolant go? In the radiator or in the reservoir? And Do you have to idle with heat at full blast before adding the coolant? Put the coolant directly into the radiator until it's full. Start the engine
...in the radiator, radiator hoses, coolant reservoir, low coolant, even a bad coolant reservoir cap could cause it. Also water pump is a possibility. If not those, could be a bad blend door
...coolant reservoir. You will see two wire connector protruding towards the fender-side. It is built into the reservoir tank bottom so if it needs a rplacement the whole unit has to be replaced. Thanks ...
...radiator with 50/50 mix antifreeze/water. install cap. fill reservoir 3/4 full. run engine until upper rad hose is hot. let cool and see if it sucks coolant from reservoir. Keep res 3/4 full.
Question about 2002 Taurus
...to make sure the level is dropping,then u will know the system is bleeding itself,just make sure there is enough coolant in the reservoir before doing this.This may have to be done two,or three
Question about 2001 Taurus
coolant through reservoir cap. General repair shop flushed system,installed new theromostat, new cap and reservoir, still losing coolant through cap. Static pressure test performed, no leak indicated.
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