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Over-heating My 1994 probe is over-heating so i check the thermostat and it fine i put a new radiator in it and it still over heats and i checkd the lines their fine and i was wondering if you culd help figure out what else it culd be.

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Water pump. Coolant Level and ratio. Radiator Fan. Clogged Radiator. (Head gasket as final option)

Thats about the entire list.

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