OVERHEATING

Ford Probe

Tiny

sparky87

March, 12, 2007 AT 11:51 PM

My 1995 Ford Probe SE, 4 cyl. 2 liter, will overheat just driving it around the block. I just replaced the water pump and it’s working. I replaced all the hoses, the thermostat and flushed out the radiator. Water seems 2 flow through every thing when it’s not put together, but if I put every thing together and start it, I can't get 300 yards with out it overheating. Help Please!

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6 Answers

Tiny

CHEVYII

March, 13, 2007 AT 2:18 PM

Are the fans coming on at operating temps, and is your gage reading hot or the gage and the engine hot

Jim

Tiny

sparky87

March, 13, 2007 AT 6:40 PM

The fan is turning on and the gage in the car is reading hot

Tiny

CHEVYII

March, 13, 2007 AT 6:42 PM

Is the engine hot, the radiator? Gage could be wrong

Tiny

geee

March, 13, 2007 AT 6:55 PM

Did you havethis same problem before you replaced the pump. I have hjad new pumps on this type of vehical that the impeller was loose on the shaft

Tiny

sparky87

March, 13, 2007 AT 7:32 PM

No the problem just started. So I took the water pump back out and its good. I herd that I mite have a air bubble in the bock. Can this happen? And how do I get it out.

Tiny

sparky87

March, 13, 2007 AT 7:33 PM

The radiator is warm and the engain is really hot

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