I had overheating problem.changedthermostat waterpump,hoses,pulley,belt,thermostat housing and now my instrument panel doesn't light at all or ac panel,turnsignals stopped working and ac stopped cooli

Asked by Jun 26, 2014 at 02:30 AM about the 2001 Ford Explorer Sport 2WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Cooling all at once after the
overheating problem.2000
ford explorer sport.4.0 v6
please helpsomeone

2 Answers

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Sounds like a wiring/wet connector issue. Did you have coolant all over the engine bay when you overheated?

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Tom is right, the main power distribution box is very vulnerable to coolant damage due to it's location, you may have to get some " electromotive spray ". And clean all of the connectors and the power box, make sure you disconnect all power before performing this operation and try not to get any cleaner on the paint, if you do rinse it off witness water immediately.

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