I have a 02 lincoln LS and my fiance accidently put a lil water in the hd fan resovoir and now the fluid in it looks like strawberry milkshake. Also the ac keeps getting warm when the engine light is

Asked by Oct 07, 2015 at 04:35 PM about the 2002 Lincoln LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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You want the good news first or the bad news? Well the good news is that the hydraulic fluid reservoir is independent of anything else... does not combine with brakes or anything. The bad news is.. how much water? It can be sucked out with a power tool made for just that purpose, to withdraw fluids from power steering reservoirs and such. Or even a turkey baster will pull it out, it does not hold a lot. But it does need to be removed from reservoir and any residual water that is in the lines and fan driver might be ok... or might have to be done 2X or 3X. And use MerconV ATF ... as for the strawberry milkshake it is supposed to be red/pink normally.. but no foam

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