Having problems with your 2003 Ford Explorer ?

Overheating 2003 ford explorer check gauge light came on while driving..noticed air condit wasn't putting out any cold air.. got home..lifted the hood to take a look..the resevoir for the coolent was bubbling or boiling..let the truck sit for a couple of hours ..came out the reservoir was empty..put some coolent and some water in the resevoir tank started truck and let it run for ten min seemed to be ok but haven't driven it yet..not sure where to start looking for the problem. I haven't worked

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 15-04-2019

Answers :

First of all you were very smart to let it cool down first.you can get burned taking of the cap. but the cap is the first thing to ckeck. put it on a pump and pump it to at lest 17lbs make sure it holds what is marked on it. you can use the same pump to check for high pressure leaks put card board down to look for leaks hope i was helpfull don't forget to vote for me if i was helpfull ty
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If the car is overheating and no A/C cold air output. Im sure the radiator fan is faulty. very common problem for overheating condition. If the car is over heating and the radiator fan is not on replace the radiator fan high and low speed it will fix your A/C problemn too. Hope this helps please rate if it does.
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