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T100 Overheating intermittently

Have installed new thermostat but still have problem. sometimes can drive several miles before it shows up. There don't seem to be any leaks in radiator or hoses.

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Hi, are you sure the head hasn't gone? if not flush and clean the raditor and hoses, if problem persists pour a bottle of 'k-seal' into your rad tank this will fix any leaks in your coolant system

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Have you checked the drivebelt tension .. it may be loose or possibly need to be replaced

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