Lincoln ls overheat


Asked by Oct 20, 2016 at 04:58 AM about the 2000 Lincoln LS V8

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So woke up this morning to my car having no
coolant in it at all and it was full yesterday itll
overheat within 15minutes of me driving... could
this be like a bad water pump possibly im trying to
get it fixed befor winter comes

4 Answers


Fill it up again, move the car from the wet stop start it up again and see if you can see where the leak is. Possible the pump if so you will see a leak near where the fan belts is. Coukd be the core then the leak would be in the car. Check the overflow tank that could be leaking.

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When i look under the car it looks like its coming from the middle of the motor but i cant see if its running down it from anywhere


I think your water pump is leaking

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look at the you tube:

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