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Over heating the temp. gage on my 1993 ford explore 4.0 go past the normal the longer i drive it. i have replaced the thermostat and the clutch fan. i was told to adjust the timing chain but do i advance it or ****** it. please help

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Mine had same problem pressure test radiator I found a leak that only appeared under high pressure

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