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Over heating 96 monte carlo replaced water pump, ect, thermastat, radiator, and cap, and had it chemically flushed still over heats. runs fine without the heater on but overheated when we turned on heater

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The brand new water pumps are junk. I put a reman water pump on and it works great.

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