Ford focus 2000 running hot

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Asked by Apr 01, 2017 at 10:11 PM about the 2000 Ford Focus SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Would a busted resaviour make
my 2000 Ford focus run hot

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73,065

It could because you would be loosing coolant from the engine when it heats up, so that coolant is not getting replaced when the engine cools down. The engine would be running low on coolant all the time.

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50,795

Sure could. Why is the reservoir "busted"?

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It seems the hood rod rubbed a pin hole on the side of it,now it will not start,it's like it is out of gas but has a half a tank.There is no water in the oil.It turns over but no fire,please help.Ive ordered a new reservior

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What could make it just keep turning over but not start?It's like it's out of gas but has a half a tank.There is no water in the oil and no white smoke help please

73,065

Probably lost spark, look at the wires around where the hood was rubbing, may have worn some threw. Otherwise the normal checks would need to be done in diagnosing the ignition system. Check to see if there is spark.

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I have to find someone​ to help​ me,thank you so much

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