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OVER HEATING I HAVE A 1994 PLYMOUTH LASER THAT OVER HEAT'S IF THE SPEED LEVEL IS MORE THAN 60 MPH. WHAT'S THE CAUSE?

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It sounds like you might have a bad water pump.

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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