Having problems with your 1999 Ford Escort ?

I have to replace my radiator water every couple days and it still overheats and i changed the thermostat and the problem is still there. and there is no apparent leaks that u can see. i dont know what to do? Any answers?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 12-04-2021

Answers :

Your ford will have an electric cooling fan, make shure the fan is coming on , also consider having the rad flushed, this will remove any build op in the rad it's self
Check for leaks when the engine is still hot. The problem could be a hose, water pump, cracked radiator, leaky overflow reservoir, bad radiator cap, or any one of several other problems. Isolate the problem/leak if you can, then decide whether you can fix it yourself or not. Also check the engine oil. If it's foamy and high on the dipstick, you likely have a leaking head gasket. Any competent mechanic can run a pressure check on the cooling system and also check the head gasket.

Bill B
Repair Help & Product Troubleshooting for 1999 Ford Escort

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