When driving the temperature gauge goes up in the red and then it'll go back to normal. While its in the red the heater blows cold air, and when its normal the heater blows warm air. could it be the

Asked by Oct 28, 2017 at 09:31 PM about the 2000 Lincoln Continental

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2 Answers

163,285

Some things imediately come to mind, low coolant level, air in the cooling system and a bad thermostat. The next is not so pleasant, blown head-gaskets. So do the easy stuff first and if that doesn't get it then move on to a block test.

91,575

Has this vehicle been using coolant?

Your Answer:

Lincoln Continental Experts

  • #1
    tennisshoes
    Reputation
    470
  • #2
    COMETGUY61
    Reputation
    390
  • #3
    Bob Beaman
    Reputation
    270
View All

Related Models For Sale

Used Lincoln Town Car
11 listings starting at $3,999
Used Lincoln Navigator
9 Great Deals out of 134 listings starting at $2,599
Used Mercedes-Benz S-Class
10 Great Deals out of 187 listings starting at $6,950
Used Mercedes-Benz E-Class
35 Great Deals out of 875 listings starting at $4,999
Used BMW 7 Series
12 Great Deals out of 228 listings starting at $6,000
Used Ford Mustang
39 Great Deals out of 2,076 listings starting at $4,495
Used Chevrolet Corvette
13 Great Deals out of 978 listings starting at $9,880

Used Cars for Sale

2019 Lincoln Continental For Sale
7 listings starting at $79,065
2018 Lincoln Continental For Sale
16 listings starting at $48,900
2017 Lincoln Continental For Sale
21 listings starting at $44,947

Content submitted by Users is not endorsed by CarGurus, does not express the opinions of CarGurus, and should not be considered reviewed, screened, or approved by CarGurus. Please refer to CarGurus Terms of Use. Content will be removed if CarGurus becomes aware that it violates our policies.