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OVER HEATING I HAVE A 97 DODGE NEON I JUST REPLACED THE THERMASTAT BUT ITS STILL OVER HEATING. WHAT ELSE CAN BE MAKING IT OVER HEAT?

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My wife's car had the same issue. After replacing just about everything, we took it to the dealer. It took them about a week to find out that the engine wasn't actually overheating at all - but a corroded wire in the fuse box was causing the gauge to appear that it was (bell ringing, temp gauge soaring, etc.). So, before you spend thousands, have that checked out.

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1. Partially Plugged Radiator
2. Partially plugged water pump
3. defective t-stat

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