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It could be your temp sending unit is going weird on you. As long as the radiator is full it shouldn't overheat because the resivoir is empty. So is the engine reallly overheating? If it is loosing enough coolant to overheat and you don't see any leaks, that would be a head gasket. You can check that by taking a spark plug out, there is usually antifreeze on the one where the leak is. or the plug is really clean where the others are dirty.
Posted on Jan 09, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the temp sender unit. The problem indicates a faulty unit or poor connection between the unit threds and the housing. It is best not to use sealent on the threads as this prevents goog contact
Posted on Jan 07, 2013
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