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Old 07-22-2014, 03:41 PM   #1
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MUSTANG OVERHEAT!

So guys i need help!

Past:
I was driving my car home from LAS VEGAS, when the car decided to overheat i was stranded in the desert for about 4 hours before we were able to drive away! The problem was the thermostat so we replaced it!
No problems up in till now!

Present:
So as of 3 months ago my car started to act up
Antifreeze/water is drained an hour after refilling each time!
I cant drive my car for more than 15 minutes on the freeway before it starts to heat up
Averaging 75 MPH
No smoke comes from the engine bay and as soon as i get off the freeway the car seems to cool down!
Ive checked the hoses and it seems to be no leaks
but yesterday i pulled over at a friends house and there was water everywhere on the floor! Could it be the radiator maybe?

ANY input would be much appreciated! Need to get it fixed!

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Just letting u guys know, this is the scammer we had problems with about a year ago, all he did was change his name
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Thermostat housing is probably the issue. I bet you can probably find that leak on the passenger side or drivers side of the engine.


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My thermostat housing blew completely open at the seam...Did some pretty good damage to my engine. Be careful and get it looked at.
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My thermostat housing blew completely open at the seam...Did some pretty good damage to my engine. Be careful and get it looked at.

I was a ΒΌ of a mile from home when mine blew
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