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Why is my 2001 serbing car over heating while driving

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Make sure the cooling system is full.then make sure the cooling fan is working properly.if so then you probably have a head gasket starting to go bad and right now only shows up when its driven in traffic.you can have a combustion chamber test done to check this out at a shop.these motors were known for head gasket problems.

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