Mechanics

OVERHEATING

2002 Mercury Mountaineer • 6 cylinder AWD Automatic • 174,000 miles

2002 Mercury Mountaineer overheating. Changed waterpump, thermostat, fan clutch, flushed radiator( running clearly through)and change hoses and clamps. Radiator cap new and tank not leaking. No leaks visible, no coolant lost. About every other week overheats to HOT. Not idling just normal driving conditions. No smoke from exhaust. No clicking in engine. Everything sounds and runs good except for the extreme overheating. Please help, don't know anything else.
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Nettless
May 14, 2011.



How does outside temperatures effect overheat?

Tiny
Fixitmr
May 14, 2011.
If you turn on the heater to high does that stop/reverse the overheat?

Tiny
Fixitmr
May 14, 2011.
Fixitmr,

I kinda hope me jumping on your posts, ain't-a-making you mad!....You know I couldn't pass up the Jeep!

I am unable to click on a "Newcomer" and send them a message--I get a 2car message saying they are having problemsIs the same same with you???

nettless, Here's an overheat I answered a few minutes back,

http://www.2carpros.com/questions/1992-ford-f-250-engine-overheating

Anything in there, do anything for you??

The Medic

Tiny
CJ MEDEVAC
May 14, 2011.