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Over heating my volkswagen yetta is always overheating, I changed the water pump the ratiator and it's still giving me problems?!!?!!

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    Kevin Blair May 11, 2010

    have you checked the thermostat? Also the head gasket?

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Look at the cooling reservoir bottle and look under the bottom to make sure there is no cracks i had a taurus once and it was doing the same thing and that what it was and also did you change the drive belt when you change the pump.

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