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Old 04-25-2012, 01:09 PM   #1
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New mustang proplems please help

Okay i just got a 94 mustang gt i test drove it and it ran okay. Body is in okay shape but thats not the proplem. The first proplem is a wine come from the truck i think it might be the fuel pump(how much for the part). And the secound proplem is i turned on the car this mornin and opened the hood and there was radiator fluid coming from the cap. It has was to radiator fluid in the canister(could that be the reason for the over flow?) if the over amount of radiator fluid is the proplem would i need to drain some fluid and buy a new cap? Any help will be greatly appreciated

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Okay i just got a 94 mustang gt i test drove it and it ran okay. Body is in okay shape but thats not the proplem. The first proplem is a wine come from the truck i think it might be the fuel pump(how much for the part). And the secound proplem is i turned on the car this mornin and opened the hood and there was radiator fluid coming from the cap. It has was to radiator fluid in the canister(could that be the reason for the over flow?) if the over amount of radiator fluid is the proplem would i need to drain some fluid and buy a new cap? Any help will be greatly appreciated
Wrote that wrong there is to much fluid in the radiator canister
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First i would pull the hose off the expansion tank and drain to the full mark. Then just buy a new cap they are cheap.and try that if that dont work check your thermostat. As for the pump about $100-120 for a stock pump if you do it yourself
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