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    Hi there,

    I have a 2007 LTC with 67K miles, and lately it has been making some strange noise coming out of the dashboard, it sounds like boiling water. Does anyone ever experienced this issue ?

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    Look at this thread and see if any of the suggestions help. Good luck!

    http://www.limousinesonline.com/show...ight=ltc+noise
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    Thanks Rich. Good looking out.
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    No problem, sometimes the search function can be picky so it is hard to find some answers. It just happens that I remembered that thread. Hope that helps, and maybe let us know on this thread what you find out as you titled this thread to make it easier to find on the search function.
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    This is common with all Town Cars. This is a result of air in the cooling system. It will generally happen when your turn off your engine. It may take up to one minute to start.

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    They are some Keebler elves that Ford dropped in the engine to do some minor repair work while the car was off. Why do you think the LTCs hold up so well?
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    A very common issue but has nothing to do with air in the cooling system. See this thread for all the details.

    http://www.limousinesonline.com/show...trol-Questions

    Steve

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