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Truck running hot

Changed the water pump, thermostat, water hoses, and raditor cap

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Your radiator could be pluged up internally especially if you havent bought this new. alot of people will dump in a radiator leak stoper if the radiator has a small leak and that is not the right thing to do because the stuff can plug up a lot more than the hole.if you take the radiator out and know of a radiator shop they will flow test your radiator and let you know if it is pluged up internally or not i hope this helps you and please rate my solution.
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