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Overheathing ,1986 vw diesel.

Help.pleace!!!!! I repleace clean Radiatore,replease watherpump, put new thermostat ,still boilet cooler,remove thermostat ,drive with thrmostat out ,stiil overheathing,on idle is runing OK,fan kik in ,ok.no wather in oil ,and no oil in water,drive me nutz ,love my car..its Made in Germany car Woolfsburg edition.....THANKS !!!!!!!! John

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Sounds like your head gasket could be blown as you have checked everyting else

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