Coolant system

Asked by Feb 27, 2015 at 12:40 AM about the 1993 Ford Thunderbird LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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The first thing you should do before checking the components of the car’s cooling system is to observe the constant rise and fall of the engine’s temperature. You can do this by observing the rate of temperature increase while taking the car on a long drive. In case the engine generates heat faster compared to the previous drives, you can be sure that there must be something wrong with its cooling mechanism and this needs a careful trouble shooting. You can use this college essay writing service( http://top5essaywriters.com ) for completing any future writing works.

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