Hello I have a 94 Ford F 150 2 wheel drive
automatic with inline 6 it is overheating
every time I am stopped at idle if I am
running down the road it is just fine at
normal temperatures if I stop for more than
five minutes at overheats and the
temperature rises until it pushes all the
antifreeze out of the Overflow it has a brand
new thermostat brand new water pump and
I just want to know what can I do to fix it its
my daily driver I am thinking blown head
gasket and it's so will the Blue Devil or bars
head gasket sealer work?
Check fan clutch. Sounds like it's locked up
Fan is working like normal ..
I had the same problem. I had to spray out my radiator cores when you look through your grill you are looking at your AC compressor core To see your radiator cores you have to remove the plastic fan cover and look in between the AC core in your radiator cores mines was very filthy after spraying water through the front and back of the radiator core never had that problem again
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