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I have a 95 camaro

The heater core hose came off the water pump and the car overheated. i put a new thermostat in and fixed the hose and added antifreeze and the car is still overheating. why is that, and what can i do?

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Check to make sure that your cooling fan kicks on.

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Unhook the battery let it reset the go from therer you might of put it in backwards

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