2001 continental. overheats, losing coolant, steams inside of car, and there is water on the front floorboard passengerside. Sounds like the heater core, yeah? Any other possibilities?

Asked by May 04, 2017 at 04:24 PM about the 2001 Lincoln Continental FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Definitely the heater core. May as well replace the thermostat as well.

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Would any of the stop seal products temp work? And/or could i bypass the heater core for the summer. Just to buy some time

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Yes, you would want a hose connector to attach the two hoses together, bypassing the heater core.

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