Having problems with your 2003 Ford Escape ?

My 2003 escape overflows coolant at highway speeds (no overheat)

\015 My 2003 Ford escape 3.0, AT, A/C, vents coolant out the overflow at highway speeds only (runs at normal operating temp). I have let this car idle long enough for the radiator fan to cycle on and off and it does not leak, but if you drive it down the highway and pop the hood when you stop you can see where coolant have squirted all over from the overflow tube, I have to refill the reservoir about every 300 miles. the temp never does anything weird, it comes up slowly in the morning to a little below half way and then holds steady. the only parts I changed is the coolant cap. any help would be greatly appreciated.\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 16-04-2018

Answers :

Take it to an auto repair shop and explain your problem. They will have the right tools and/or information.


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