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  • george boren Oct 27, 2012

    explain why they cant.

  • Rocky Degelman Oct 27, 2012

    Start the vehicle,Then it might Circulate,DDAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

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Is the water pump not working?

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1. Thermostat regulating the cooling fluid flow - works correct?
2. Enough cooling fluid? Not leaking from somewhere?
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4. Water pump works correct? No pump, no water circulation.
5. Any dirt in the water circulation system? Piece of rock, shred of rag, maybe some sediments (can figure out only after disassembling the system = lot of garage work).

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