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Heating i dont see the temperature go up and my truck stall on the road.a few minutes later,i try it again and its work. so the temperature goes always up. so my engine is not blowed i hope.but what can do my engine heating

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You engine can get heating for
Bad radiator cap, loss of antirefrigerant, dirty radiator, bad radiator fan cutch, plug exaust sistem, wear in water pump, to much fuel is burning, you can also have a bad temp gauge

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