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i would probably try and flush out the heater core, it may be plugged up, to do this there are two heter hoses that go into the firewall at the back of the motor, remove those and use a garden hose to back flush it. If nothing comes out try a rad flush solution and let it sit inside the heater core for 10-15 minutes and then try to flush it again
Might have been overfilled. If it continues to do so, watch the temp gauage in your car if it gets to high, its a thermastat problem r-r it....Check the radiator cap make sure the rubber gromets are in good condition and not cr5acked, and is tightened properly....So overflow is ok..But if it continues to spill out and you level is droping in the radiator itself.. Take it to yer nearest non-dealer mech...Could be water pump, and other issues. A dealership will charge you 5X more than yer local yokel...trust me save the money.