2002 Mustang Over Heating

Asked by Sam Feb 08, 2019 at 04:06 PM about the 2002 Ford Mustang

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2002 mustang that over heats while idling
change the  thermostat and got a new  radiator.
Someone please help

4 Answers

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Other than a bad water pump you could have a blown head gasket. Does the engine oil look normal color & consistancy? Is it white & milky?

I agree with above answer- leaning more towards bad water pump. Mileage? History?

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Check the cooling fans are actually coming on. Turn AC on full as that will make fans come on, to verify they are working.

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I’ve hardly seen bad pumps but it’s a possibility. Is the repl. stat in correctly? Sensor facing block? How long does it take to oh? Are you getting heat from heater? Can you see coolant flowing with rad. cap off & racing engine?

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