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Old 07-05-2015, 04:25 PM   #1
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I have a 95 mustang 3.8 and I am having an issue with the temp running to warm.
It has a new radiator, water pump, thermostat, top and bottom radiator hoses. Had a blown head gasket that I just replaced had the heads checked for cracks and resurfaced and got it back together today and it still wants to run way to warm .
What to do next???? Help please.
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simple first, try running with radiator cap loose to see if it's air bound next I would remove tsat and see if that's the problem...w/o insulting it may have been put in backwards.
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Thanks for the Info , I bleed it until it got good heat in the car. Thought I would try replacing the t stat maybe got a bad one??
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maybe....if you take it out and run w/o it you don't even have to go to your local parts monger. It'll run cool/rich but it's an easy/free experiment.
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I will give it a try.
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