2001 Ford Taurus

Asked by Jul 13, 2019 at 08:42 PM about the 2001 Ford Taurus

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car turns off every 2-5
miles while driving. Temp
shows HOT but radiator
coolant is good. After
cools down (2hr.s) my car
starts up for another 2-5
miles. What is causing
this? Please help I don't
know any mechanic's. This
is my only transportion I
have for me and my son.
Thank you for taking time
to read my question and
for any advice. ☺

1 Answer

at the top of the resevoir (Fill tank) is a recirculating hose(small hose ) start the engine and see if any coolant is being pumped into the resivoir if not I would replace the water pump before you burn up the engine...hope this helps

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