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Lincoln LS, Sedan
Dec 07, 2011 (10:31 am)
Ok I have read the other messages, well here is my story, I drive a 2005 Lincoln LS and I took it in for a routine oil change and when I left my car started to over heat, when I checked there was no coolant in the reservoir , I put some in and it ran for a while and than the gage started to rise to H again, I took it back to where I had gotten my oil changed and was told that initially it was my water pump and than after another 45min wait I was told that it is my Coolant Outlet Connector, very expensive to replace, I was told that the Coolant Pipe assembly was cracked, can someone explain how this could happen on a routine oil Change
#14 of 22 Lincoln LS Overheating!
Jan 05, 2012 (6:56 pm)
If you are still having the overheating problems let me know. I managed to solve that problem on one of my clients Lincoln LS 3.9L V8.
#15 of 22 Re: Lincoln LS Overheating! [jkolala74]
Jan 10, 2012 (6:18 pm)
Any help or short cuts would be appreciated.
My seemingly overheats once I stop an allow a few minutes rest and restart all goes back to normal. I say seemingly because it never smells hot but the gauge goes up and I get the "check engine temp message" then reducing engine power. once restarted gauge goes back to normal- fan no longer runs and all appears normal until the next episode it is a 3.9L V8
#16 of 22 Re: Lincoln LS Overheating! [johnpic]
Jan 10, 2012 (8:12 pm)
Could be an air bubble. When the steam hits the sensor it thinks its overheating. There is a specific bleed procedure - try googling it.
#17 of 22 Re: Lincoln LS Overheating! [akirby]
Jan 12, 2012 (5:18 pm)
Thanks I give that a try this weekend and advise
#18 of 22 2000LS Overheating-no interior heat?
Jan 12, 2012 (6:48 pm)
My 2000 LS is overheating and very little to no interior heat. Any ideas what it could be? Stuck thermostat? Please help!
#19 of 22 Re: 2000LS Overheating-no interior heat? [ashls]
Feb 16, 2012 (7:44 am)
it might be your heater control valve
#20 of 22 Re: 2000LS Overheating-no interior heat? [lnclnownr2]
Aug 23, 2012 (8:22 am)
Did anyone ever figure this out? I am having the same issues.(Temperature reading hot, then showing normal after turning off the engine for a couple of minutes. Also, running the heater will prevent this.) Any help would be greatly appreciated.
#21 of 22 Re: 2000LS Overheating-no interior heat? [lsmustang]
Aug 23, 2012 (9:43 am)
My guess is you have an air bubble which becomes superheated pressurized steam and when that hits the coolant temp sensor it spikes the temp. Restarting the car moves the bubble as does turning on the heater.
#22 of 22 Re: 2000LS Overheating-no interior heat? [akirby]
Aug 27, 2012 (4:37 am)
I bled the coolant system this weekend and so far that seems to have done the trick. Thanks akirby.