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Ok it's not a bronco but I think some of you master mechanics can help me out here. I have a neighbor that has a early 90's Ford Explorer Sport, 4.0L, 65,000 orginal miles. Yes that's correct she doesn't drive like a nut and is an older lady. It's probably never been over 65 MPH. Anyway, it's over heating. I don't see any leakage anywhere around the block. No water/oil mix. I took it down the road and it gradually got hot. Came back to the house and the top hose to the radiator and all heater hoses were very hot. I checked the lower hose and it wasn't even warm. So I am thinking that maybe the thermostat isn't opening or the water pump is shot.

So anyone got any ideas as to which one it is or could it be something else?
 

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Sorry I haven't post that the problem was fixed. It was the thermostat. When I got home the other day she had someone working on it. I stopped by and asked if it was the thermostat and sure enough it was.

Thanks for all that replied! I greatly appreciate it!:thumbup :thumbup
 
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