I have a 1995 Ford Ranger 4 cylinder manual drive pick up that has 225 thousand miles on it. Everything is original parts but the transmission. Recently my son drove my truck with a trailer hitched to the back and the trailer was loaded. He drove the truck too fast and it caused the truck to over heat to the point that the reservoir was boiling water and the cap blew off. Once the truck cooled down we replaced the coolant and added a little water to the reservoir. But ever since then my truck runs hot if I have my air conditioning on. The last couple of times that I have turned my air on, there seems to be a heavy, heavy mist coming out of the vents and it gets to a point that I cannot see to drive and have to pull over and wipe off the windshield. Today, the mist was so bad that it was coming out of the air vents inside my truck even though I didn't have the air on at all. And it seemed to be worse if I did turn the air on and had it on cold. I had to drive with my windows down just to be able to see. My clothes felt damp and there are places where it felt slick to the touch. What is causing this and what can be done to fix this and the fact that it is running hot when the air is on?
have the same problem?
Monday, June 26th, 2006 AT 10:23 AM