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My 1995 rodeo is over heating I think thermostat is sticking how much does a thermostat cost

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Hey thermastats can cost anywhere from $30 to $100+ dollars, it just depends on your year and make of car. also you might want to check your pump sometimes those go bad as well and make sure that your belts are all good.... and there aren't any holes to your radiation system.

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