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2000 nissan quest over heating

Hi, My heater core went out and I by passed it and it wasnt over heating. Now a month later its over heating, my fan clicks on but then turns off. Im assuming its the thermastat but im not sure. I cant find any leaks of any sort. Also why does my radiatior water always look rusty and is sludgy on the cap?

Thank you so much for any info you can give me.
Kimberly

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    temp gauge goes to hot then down to normal range and back to hot again, the heat and air work only when heat gauge is at normal. changed tstat and water pump. still overheating.?

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You have air trapped in the system.

Go to this site for help

http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/villagerquest/

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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