2007 Ford Explorer Sport Trac "replace radiator" Questions

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...replace the radiator on a 2007 sport trak. everything is disconnected but can't get the radiator out How do you replace the radiator on a 2007 sport trac. everything is disconnected but can't get the ...

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...When I first bought the truck the water pump went out. It still had warranty so I was able to get a replacement from the dealer. After they put the water pump on the leaking stop but my check engine ...

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...tempeture reading is -40 all the time but the navagation seams to work on the overhaed system You need to replace the ambient air temp sensor located on the radiator support in front of the

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Why does it keep overheating? Replaced thermostat and water pump and flushed radiator The radiator may be defective internally. Flushing may not be enough.

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...radiator and water pump (and hopefully a new thermostat) is for air in the cooling system which keeps the coolant from circulating. Also check to see that the cooling fan(s) are operating properly. ...

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...RADIATOR. DO I NEED TO REPLACE WATER PUMP? WHO DIFFICULT IS TO REPLACE FOR A DIY? Step 1Place a drain pan underneath the radiator. When the engine is cool, drain the cooling system from the radiator ...

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...Replace the thermostat, it's stuck open. do you know if your truck has a thermostat in the engine? sounds like it does not.back in the old days we would cut a peice of card board half the size of our ...

...controls can be freed up with penetrating oil, sometimes they are too far gone to repair, must be replaced. If you can fix it with penetrating oil, you may need to do that once a

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radiator. follow that by replacing the thermostat. (usually very inexpensive to buy, and if you are lucky easy to access and replace), next. line blockage or a control under the dash isn't functioning

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rad leaks. 40,000 miles can try radiator stop leak or replace w/new one,if stop leak recommend bars leak for radiator

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