Overheating

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Asked by Jan 29, 2016 at 02:57 PM about the 2000 Ford Escort ZX2

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Today on my way home from work my car
started overheating there's no water leaking
anywhere the heater blows hot why would it
be overheating

5 Answers

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A dirty radiator is one possibility. A bad thermostat, non functioning cooling fan or water pump can also cause over heating. I would first check the coolant level when the engine is cool. You probably should do an engine flush and coolant change and replace the radiator hoses too.

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Coolant level is good and fan is coming on that's why I don't understand why it's overheating

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251,605

A 16 year old car may have a very dirty radiator if it has not been maintained properly.

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Change the thermostat.

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Car keeo cutting off.. I fix the thermostat & got a diagnostic test on it & still cant find the issues... The car over heats but the meter doesn't say its over heating .

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