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Why does your v-6 Ford Thunderbird blow coolant out or the fill hole and bottle?

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2009-05-22 05:36:44
2009-05-22 05:36:44

it could be the thermostat needs changing to

I hope I am wrong, but you could have a blown/leaking head gasket. Sounds like there is compression pressure entering the cooling system.

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