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My car is overheated after little operation - 1993 Saab 900

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    Eric Murphy May 11, 2010

    Did you check the fan?

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Hi there your radiator must be block will need cooling flush take the top hose off and run the water throw the system change the thermosat if it looks worn out

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Check fan sensor,fan relay and thermostate.

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