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But you said overheat.could be theromstat stuck close.MAP sensor should be on left side engine on middle.on top.

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SOURCE: car over heats when i go over 100 km/h but doesn't over heat when i sit in traffic please help??????

1st to do,check radiator coil for clogged, 2nd check thermostat.

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SOURCE: no heat is coming from the vents.The heater fan

when the level of coolant drops in the motor the heater core is the first to be without
because it sets up high
so you need to check the level
and check where the coolant is going
to make the level drop

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SOURCE: only on a long drive

You'll probably just have a car that slowly heats up, not a problem at all, as for the overheating, it could be due to low coolant, or check your radiator fan is working to cool the engine down.

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