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My 1985 mercury marquis is over heating Ive already changed the water pump, thermostat and radiator hoses but it still over heats???? what could cause this?????

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Check the antifreeze for oil, pull your dipstick out, see if antifreeze is in oil or smells sweet or over full, sounds like you may of a bad head gasket. You can also check this by having a compression test done on the cylinders.

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Have it tested for combustion gases in the cooling system. You could have a blown head gasket from all the overheating.

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