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Overheating! 35,000 miles Have changed water pump, thermostat, radiator professionally removed and cleaned, electric fan seems to be wroking properly. Any suggestions?

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Overheating when stopped. New thermostat, new head gaskets. Antifreeze will be boiling and spill out the reservoir no matter what antifreeze level is.


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I think you started out looking in the right places. Replacing the coolant, thermostat, relay and sensor are all fairly inexpensive.

I believe you either have blockage in the system (especially if you're using tapwater), or your water pump may be failing.

I would first either take it to a radiator shop and have them flush the cooling system out thoroughly, or else pick up a chemical flush kit and do it yourself. This involves more than just drain and refill.

If this doesn't work, your next step will probably be replacing the water pump. At almost 200k miles, it's probably about due anyway.

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