Having problems with your 1999 Ford Expedition ?

I have a 99 expedition which is still overheating. I first changed the thermostat. It did'nt solve the problem. Then, noticing that the truck heater didn't work I concluded that the radiator was plugged and had it replaced along w/ new upper and lower hoses. I drove about 15 miles that day and everything seemed fine. But then, today it overheated again. What should I do next?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 15-10-2018

Answers :

For one you need to get any air out of the system, this sounds like you might have wasted alot of money parts replacing, you will need to find a shop that can pull a vacuum down on the coolant system, and fill it, this will ensure that you do not have an air lock inthe coolant system, that is where I would start with if this rolled into my shop... this will also let you know if the coolant system has any air leakes.
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