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Old October 26th, 2006, 12:52 AM   #1
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95 Mustang Over Heating Problem


ok i have a 1995 v 6 mustang... it seems to be overheating but i dont always have hot air through my vents or nething for that matter, there is a lot of preasure in my raideator after i run my car for 5 minutes or longer, my upper house isnt always full. it has a new thermastat also the sensore to the guage is new as well as the one to the computer.my fan does not kick on when it needs to so i ran it to a switch so i turn it on manualy. what could this be if any one has any idea let me know. i have also replaced the raideator but i didnt change the cap nore did i release the preasure bolt when filling it but i ran most of the air out an hour or two ago and i seems to still be doing the same thing. could it be a air pocket in my hose to anything. or what is my next thing i should try?
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Old October 26th, 2006, 03:22 PM   #2
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Hate to say it but im about 99% sure you have a blown head gasket or gaskets. thats exactly what happened to my 97 v6. they have a problem with blowing head gaskets. the factory gaskets were quite thin. see if you notice any dark residue inside your radiator fill neck or any weird floaties. If your losing any radiator fluid also thats a sign.
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Old October 27th, 2006, 07:12 AM   #3
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hey is there any way to get the 3.8 v6 mustang to blow the d


just wondering
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