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Best thing to do, is remove front end components and find all others that are damaged. Might be a few days work if you are not mechanically inclined.
Would not be a bad idea to take pictures while you are removing components so that you have a guide to help you when you are re-assembling.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Perform a liquid block test (with the bottle of fluid over the radiator mouth.) If the blue liquid turns yellow or clear, you have hydrocarbons entering the cooling system (usually via head gskt.) If not, you have ruled out a costly repair.
Sounds like it overheats pretty easily, without t-stat! This block testing liquid is cheap, and will verify a suspected leaking head gasket without lengthy diagnosis. Hope it's better news, but good luck!
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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