Join Date: May 2007
Location: Parlin, New Jersey
If he just recently changed the gaskets and hasn't really driven the car there could still be coolant in the mufflers.
If it's not over heating I would let it warm up to normal temp and then take it for a ride, (about a mile or 2) to clear out any coolant trapped in the exhaust system.
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1994 Thunderbird, 4.6 V8, PI heads, SVO Blower, 8# pulley, 2.5 duel exhaust, 4R70W, MarkVIII converter, Mark VIII differential, Trac-Loc, 3.73 gears, H&R 1.5 lowering springs, bilstien rear shocks and SC front struts.