temperature high

Asked by Jul 13, 2012 at 01:45 PM about the 1994 Ford Mustang GT Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have mustang gt 5.0l 1994 , the temperature is high want the problem , thanks

10 Answers

175

Have you checked the Coolant levels?

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Thermostat.

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145

headgasket,radiator internal blockage,radiator external blockage, fan not working properly,low coolant,water pump internally wore, loose serpetine belt

145

or bad thermostat

105

My problem was a missing air deflector under the radiator. Sounds funny, but it means a lot on all Ford V8's. (See picture.)

145

most people dont even know the purpose and take em off or rip em off on curbs. congrats on the easy fix though

i change termostat the temperature is high again!!

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Easy way to tell since you replaced the thermostat already. Open the radiator cap and start the car . If you see the water or coolant circulating then you can eliminate the pump and hoses from being the problem. Let me know what you find out and we can go from there.

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Radiator size?? hoses crimped?

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Check to see the electric fan is running if you are running hot in the city. If you run hot on the highway I suggest starting with a pressure test. If that is good i would try a new radiator of have yours re-cored

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