What if I just got a hydrologic engine fan for a 2001 Lincoln ls and the temperature gage is still going up

Asked by Apr 21, 2016 at 09:39 PM about the 2001 Lincoln LS V6

Question type: General

What if I got new hydrolytic engine fan for a 2001
Lincoln Ls and the temperature gage is still going
up

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Wait for an answer no longer...lol. some of the simplest things first, could be a clogged radiator or faulty thermostat.

60

Could also be an air pocket in the cooling system, or yes a thermostat that is stuck closed. To troubleshoot the thermostat just take it out and see if it remains at or below operating temp

10

U could have air in ur cooling and need to bleed or ur accuator is bad in the fan or u have a head gasket gone

10

It is a sealed air tight system and it can be a pain

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