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Overheats sometimes not always

My 1993 dodge shadow overheats not always but offen enough

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  • claire figley May 18, 2009

    the thermostate was changed and still it overheats.



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Let me guess, a 4cyl engine. They were notorious for headgasket issues even occasionally in the 6cyl models.

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