I have 2002 ford focus 2.0 engine. I have replaced radiotor, alternator, new battery, spark plugs, ignition coil, ignition scensor, fan sensor, did a oil change. IDK what to do next

Asked by Mar 21, 2017 at 10:38 AM about the 2002 Ford Focus

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Drive it?

Woops, when i drive it my engine gets hot within about 10-15 minutes and my oil is burning, I did an oil change as well


You should have changed the thermostat while you were at it, but make sure the fan is working and did you purge the cooling system from air pockets? Here is a video on how to do that... www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUpXgAJ1gjU

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thermostat was also changed. We did not purge the cooling system. My fan is not working, there was something wrong with the wires so my kids father said he connested the wires together so when i turn the ac on they would kick in. when i use the a/c it overheats even more. He checked the sensor but then said the censor is not working.


Ok, the fans need to work properly and the cooling system needs to be purged to get the air out. Just watch that video.

Okay what is a fan clutch? someone mentioned tat to me. How do i get on that link?


No fan clutch, there is 1 or 2 electric fans on the radiator.... https://www.carid.com/2002-ford-focus-engine-cooling-parts/apdi-radiator-fan-assembly-365139118.html

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