Questions & Answers for: Ford Explorer change coolant

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Question about 2004 Explorer

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coolant I' had my explorer serviced and they never changed the coolant supposed to be done after 4 years,I' wonder if it is easy to do by yourself and how Its not too difficult. The is a canister that

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Question about 2006 Explorer

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coolant change to a yellow color to make it more eco friendly. What's the real story? Has the color changed for is there another coolant that will now work? Thanks Tyrone explorers do not take dexcool

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Question about 1998 Explorer

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...faulty coolant sensor, or a low coolant level). my 2007 book says it's the code for engine coolant not hot enough for engine to go into closed loop. Sounds like you need a thermostat

...systems due to lack of coolant flushes. the heatercores get blocked and the coolant eats through gaskets, i change mine and tell customers to change it every other fall, and have it tested every

...change and the concentration of the coolant will be more, Is that right? If it is right then I must add water but: 1-How can I know the new water/coolant ratio? 2-will the concentration of anti ...

Question about 2003 Explorer

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...change this also while you are doing this and coolant level is already lowered. its a 2 bolt cover. get a new one with a new thermostate and gasket sealer. drain a little coolant remove the housing ...

Question about 2003 Explorer

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2003 EXPLORER IS OVERHEATING AND HEATER IS NOT WORKING you could have a thermostat tha is stuck closed or the water pump impellers are rotted off. try changing thermostat first Have you checked your ...

change it for a new one. Whilst the coolant is drained take out the thermostat and drop it into a pan of simmering water. The 'stat should pop open. Take the pan off the heat and after about 5 minutes

Question about 1999 Explorer

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...change interval on Extended Life Coolant will be reduced from 6 years/150,000 miles to 3 years/30,000 miles. Partially drain the cooling system. Remove the upper radiator hose. Remove the bolts. ...

...heater core, bad cooling or non working cooling fans, or wrong thermostat. Additionally if you just changed the coolant then the system needs bled. The bleed screw should be painted blue. Turn screw ...

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