Engine overheating

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Asked by Jun 26, 2013 at 03:32 PM about the Lincoln Continental

Question type: General

Hello! My Linc 430 getting hot all the time when i drive slowly. the water cooler is new and the pump is ok,the thermostat is working.The small termostats is taken out. What can i do about this problem.I like to drive my Linc Cont 1959.
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Low speed overheating us usually due to airflow through the radiator (or a lack of it) but a clogged radiator and/or a worn out water pump impeller can do it too. Check the fan and check for coolant flow.

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Agree with Tracy....I've owned several of these cars. You can also increase the amount of anti-freeze to water ratio and ADD an aftermarket electric fan. First check the radiator and see if it needs a recore, then the next cheapest is to replace both the thermostat and the water pump.

Does anyone know were i can get the 2 140° thermostats from? Or if they need to be put back or can they be left out? Thanks

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