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12-20-2007, 06:18 PM
Ok I have a question for all of you. I have a 1993 Ford Probe, 4 cylender 2.0 Automatiac Transmission with about 173,000. Well recently it started overheating, which caused the radiator to go, thought it was the thermostat so, I changed the thermistat and the radiator, did a coolent flush and replaced the coolent, fan control swich, debated on replacing the coolent tempretur sensor and the 3rd migget thing that costs to much for what it's worth. She still overheats, I bought this car about 5 months ago to save on gas (that she does). But here's what I'm getting, no heat even after she overheats, alot of pressure on the upper and lower radiator hose and the fan kicks at the right time, no smoke signifing anything wrong with the gasket and no mix in the oil. I don't have the money to spend in a shop (hell of a time for a car to do this huh 5 days before Christmas). I don't care if the heater don't work I just need a vehicle.
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