THATS WHAT THE OVERFLOW/EXPANSION PACK IS FOR. WHEN ANTIFREEZE/COOLANT BEGIN TO BOIL IT EXPANDS AND IT NEEDS A PLACE TO GO. THERE FOR IT GOES IN TO THE OVERFLOW/EXPANSION PACK. THIS PREVENTS DAMAGE TO THE ENGINE/RADIATOR AND OVERHEATING. THERE IS ALSO THE POSIBILITY OF A MALFUNCTIONING SENDING UNIT/GAUGE.
It should be filled to the "Full" mark on the side of the bottle.
To remove the overflow bottle of a ford escort 1993 you need to: 1. Unbolt the PS fluid reservoir and move it out of the way. Don't take any of the hoses off. 2. Disconnect the electrical plug on the coolant overflow bottle. 3. Remove the overflow bottle mounting bolts. Lift the bottle, disconnect the overflow hose and take out the overflow bottle.
what is the coolant capacity of a ford escort van 1,8
regular "green" coolant
No Ford Escorts have a fuel overflow valve.
I wish to know how!
If it's overheating, then it might be several things like: low coolant level, improper coolant mixture, faulty fan on the radiator, or it's relay that controls the fan. Or maybe even the water pump is on it's way out.
green coolant is what goes in there but GO5 would be the upgrade coolant
The 1994 Ford Escort with the 1.9L Escort has a coolant capacity dependent on whether it an automatic or standard transmission. Automatic equipped vehicles have a coolant capacity of 6.3-quarts, and 5.3 for the standard. The factory recommended coolant is 50/50 mixture of ethylene glycol to water. Distilled water is advisable, and modern universal coolants (such as Prestone, and G-05) are downwardly compatible to this application.
Either slowly through top of radiator or through coolant recovery tank
Could be many answers to this problem. Starting with worse-case and going to best case scenario... Check coolant level. If you've serviced the coolant regularly and coolant is an off-color or is contaminated, then run a compression test. If the level is low, it could be an internal engine leak or external leak. (hopefully external) If coolant checks-out, then try replacing the thermostat. Sometimes the gauges will read incorrectly and so that's another possibility.
Get a new gage cluster panel.
You should the head gasket. If you go to Autozone, they have a tool that can check for exhaust gas in the coolant which may tell you if you have blown head gasket. Also, check your oil to see if it is milky or if you are blowing white smoke from the exhaust pipes. HTH
the back of the block
cause the orange is for Chevrolets newer models
On the cylinder head close to the thermostat housing.
Probably not. The ford escort wagon is a 4 cylinder, which has less cubic inches. Thus, it needs less coolant, and is probably smaller. The Taurus GL wagon is a 6 cylinder, and probably requires more coolant, and the coolant overflow is also larger in the Taurus. Also depending on if the GL uses Dexecool or Standard Green coolant. I wouldn't recommend trying, i would go to a junk yard, and pull one. (Hoses are also ran differently, and are different sizes, different radiator presure) I highly doubt it. They are two completely different cars.
Maybe the fuel cutoff on the pump you are using doesn't work. Also, you are pumping gas too fast. There are no moving parts to the overflow hose. If you are getting overflow it is doing it's job. Slow down on the speed of refilling it.
i have a resovoir but is there another place to put in the collant?
Use ethelyline glycol. The green stuff.
add 50/50 mix of coolant and antifreeze or buy premixed from local auto parts supplier
Actually, the heat regulator for the engine is the thermostat. It closes off the coolant when the engine is cold and circulates more coolant when the engine is hot.
Bottom or rear of radiator