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There are several things to check when your car is overheating, first would be the radiator cap, if it is leaking then you will loose alot of coolant, second would be the hoses to the radiator if they have a hole or are not connected tightly then you could loose water causing an overheat of the car third would be the thermostat and the housing for the thermostat if either are malfunctioning it could lead to loss of water, fouth check the water pump for signs of water leakage, fifth check the radiator if it is leaking your car will overheat, sixth you may need a machanic to check this they are called freeze plugs it is what holds the water in the bottom of the engine. they cost about 1-9 dollars a piece but labor will hurt the pocket book.

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