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Overheating Thunderbird My 94 thunderbird Lx V8 is overheating havnt found any leaks but where the antifreeze goes in. the heat pressure seems to be pushing the fluid back out the radiator cap plz help

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    Had radiator flushed out and new antifreeze and now my truck is overheating

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The first thing to do is have is the radiator cap checked, if it's alright then check to see if the thermostat is opening. You will need to remove the thermostat housing to remove it. The temperature the thermostat is suppose to open at is stamp on it. Heat a pan of water a few degrees above what it is suppose to open at and put the thermostat in to see if it opens,

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