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Asked by Jan 12, 2017 at 10:15 PM about the 2000 Lincoln Town Car Signature

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car is smoking, so I look under the
Hood and I see green stuff everywhere
on one side... Theres a holes connected
to my motor at the top when you pop
the Hood,  I seen that my holes had a
rip in it!! Is that bad? & how do I stop
the leak or the spraying out green stuff

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I think you mean hoses not holes, so you will,have to replace the hoses, if one has blown it won't be long before the others follow suit, your hoses should be replaced every 5 to 6 years anyway. This is what is called preventative maintance. Look in the owners manual, you will find a list of things that should be done at regular intervals. Do not drive this vehicle until the leak is fixed or you could severely damage the engine. If you have too call a mobile mechanic to come out and fix the main leak on the spot just too get you so you can drive too a shop of your choice and have the hoses replaced, and if the thermostat has never been done that would be a good time to have it replaced also.

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