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Old 01-01-2004, 22:51   #1 (permalink)
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ED falcon overheating????

Hi guys, i own an ED falcon, and have found that with a couple of people inside the car my tempreture is skyrocketing to almost the red. Is this a common problem in the ED??? Can it be fixed, and if so, how do i fix it???
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I can tell you that it ain't a common problem with the ED. I transport a few people around and it stays where it always does! That's my girl!
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Re: ED falcon overheating????

So what do i do with it??? I mean i have flushed the radiator, that still doesn't fix it, should i replace the fan??? could there be a fault with the fan????
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Maybe would be a good time to invest in doing a thermo fan conversion.

But you never know, it could be you're just receiving the wrong temp signal. Maybe a new thermostat could be in line also.
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You've possibly done a head-gasket.....start your car and remove the water cap if it starts bubbling out brown water theres your problem
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