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Thermostat problems 005 town &country,replaced thermostat because of no heat and lose anti-freeze.Now, I have still the stated problem plus occasional overheating.what is wrong? Posted: posted now2005 Town & Count

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Don't go mad trying to fix it yourself - just call out the AA, RAC, GreenFlag or other reputable auto breakdown service and get them to diagnose / fix the problem. If u don't have cover just get someone who does to be there - preferably home start type. As most banks or insurance give free cover with their accounts it should not be difficult to find someone - family member, neighbour, work pal etc.

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