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Overheating I have replaced the waterpump radiator and themostat and the car is still overheating can you help

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    Ronald Mueller May 11, 2010

    when the engine is hot do the cooling fans run?

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Could be that the radiator cap is bad. You should take it to an auto parts store and have it checked to see if it is working right. If it is you could have air in the system which will need bled out. My 3.3L had a bleeder valve on the thermostat housing. Good Luck.

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