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Overheats water pump,ratiator good,new themeastat but still overheats after driving maybe 5 miles

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Leaking head gasket ? Blocked exhaust ?
Air pockets in the cooling system ?

Posted on Jul 14, 2013

Testimonial: "does this include the calatic converter"

  • katie fisher Jul 14, 2013

    does this included the calatic converter

  •  Stephen
    Stephen Jul 14, 2013

    Well if the exhaust system is blocked it can make the engine run hot, and that would include the cat.

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