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Overheating Barina Hi I assume the thermostat was put in ok, it's been ok for about 8 months, the overheating occured the day after th heater tap was replaced. onyeredson suggested the radiator was blocked somehow, even though he filler tank was full.?????

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What is heater tap you saying right name for it? if something is blocked the overflow bottlw wouldnt do anything here an idea to check u have 2 hoses running from the rad check if both are hot if not then rad is blocked or water pump is shot sometimes you can tell if water pump is shot is there is a hole near the spindle if it has antifreeze coming out even a little needs to be repaired replace actually more i think about iut you do have water pump prblem

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