engine overheating

Asked by Feb 19, 2016 at 11:23 PM about the 2007 Ford Mustang V6 Deluxe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Changed the thermostat twice. No obvious leak. What could cause the problem?

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69,585

Bad water pump.

115,925

Have you checked the water pump? Did you burp all the air out of the system after changing thermostat? Have you checked for blown head gasket? Sometimes these will leak so minor that it will not have white smoke or water in the oil.

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69,585

Long time no see,Dandy how you been?

How do you "burp" the air out of the system?

115,925

It has been a while. All is good been working on the TOYS. Lol. Burping is different on different models. Some you just keep radiator cap off as car is idling and add water as air bubbles come out. But some cars have bleeder valves built into the cooling system that you open to let the air out.

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