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Blowing cold air, overheating

Car was not giving heat the temp gage was raising.... then it over heat. We pulled over and waited... filled the rad up, drove a little further, it did it again.. we pulled over for a bit, turned around and made it home... almost home, the heat kicked in

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You need to replace the anti-freeze. it was frozen and couldn't flow until it got hot enough to melt the ice.

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sounds like you have a head gasket problem, no too uncommon on these vans.

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i had the same problem, i dont remember the name of the piece but its mounted right in between the driver side headlight and the radiator. its a relay that turns the fans on when the car gets hot. its mounted on the body of the car. there should be wires leading from the radiator to the piece im talking about.... good luck I also paid about 35 dollars for the piece

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