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My 99 dodge neon keeps overheating when i turn on my AC ,i changed the radiator,AC condenser,thermostat.and i checked for oil in the water or water in the oil i also checked my fans but they are worki

My dodge neon keeps over heating and don't know what else to check i was told it could be my heater core that is clogged if it is could that be fixed or do i have to buy a new one?what else could be making my car over heat what should i check next?

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    I have a 98 neon r/t have had it since 2000. Started overheating 4 years ago when i replaced the radiator... I have put at least 10 thermostats in it a water pump all new hoses new radiator cap tested the head gasket and replaced the fans and still cant find the problem!!!!!!! Its been an on going battle for YEARS!!!!!!!I I think the only solution is to replace everything!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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What about a new thermostat? Ten bucks at the parts store and a few minutes of work. Here's a good link for a do-it-yourself installation: http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker?ForwardPage=/az/cds/en_us/0900823d/80/19/8b/25/0900823d80198b25.jsp

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Are the fans turning on???? if this has ac turn it on high. fan should kick on instantly. good luck .....jimmy

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