1995 Ford Thunderbird Getting Hot

Tiny
JHNLACH
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  • 1995 FORD THUNDERBIRD
  • 4.6L
  • V8
  • RWD
  • AUTOMATIC
  • 135,000 MILES
My 1995 Thunder bird is overheating, I have changed the thermostat, and the electric fan assembly. Do you have a idea. As to what I may need to do to correct this problem.
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Friday, July 17th, 2015 AT 9:36 AM

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Tiny
CJ MEDEVAC
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A POSSIBILITY IS OLDER SQUISHY RADIATOR HOSES SUCKING FLAT AS RPMs INCREASE. USED TO, THE HOSES HAD ANTI-COLLAPSE SPRINGS IN 'EM, NOW THEY RARELY DO.

YOU HAVE AN OLDER RIG (NEW COMPARED TO MY JEEPS), MR. RADIATOR MAY BE RESTRICTED INTERNALLY WITH MINERAL DEPOSITS.

ATTEMPTING TO FLUSH IT AT HOME IS NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE, EVEN WITH A "STORE BOUGHT FLUSH". IF IT "CAN BE" DONE, A SHOP IS GONNA HIT THE OLE POCKET BOOK HARD, YOU WILL STILL HAVE A 16 YEAR OLD RADIATOR IN THE END!

SO I CHECKED AT MY FAVORITE STORE

http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/carquest-or-toughone-radiator-432344/19920424-P?searchTerm=radiators

$128 AIN'T BAD

I CAN SHOW YOU HOW TO KNOCK OFF $40 OFF OF THAT. MOST LIKELY A BRAND NEW ONE AT THE PRICE OF FLUSHING THE OLD ONE!

THIS TECHNIQUE MAY SERVE YOU AND FRIENDS LATER TOO! "A124" WAS STILL WORKING FRIDAY ON ANOTHER BATTERY PURCHASE. READ THIS LINK TO SHOW YOU HOW TO USE IT REALLY EFFECTIVELY (A124 HAS WORKED ALONG TIME, ONE DAY IT WON'T AND YOU'LL HAVE TO GOOGLE ANOTHER GREAT "WORKING CODE", SOME AIN'T AS GOOD), IT TAKES TIME TO FIND A REALLY GOOD ONE, AS YOU MUST ALSO RUN IT THRU ON A "DRY" ONLINE PURCHASE RUN TO SEE IF IT IS VALID. THIS ONLY WORKS ONLINE! SEE HOW IN MY LINK BELOW

http://www.2carpros.com/questions/2001-dodge-neon-milage-just-want-put-fliuds-their-locations

ALL-RIGHTY-THEN

LET'S HEAR SOME FEEDBACK!

LIKE CJ MEDEVAC IS THE GREATEST!

THE MEDIC
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