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Heating nissan sentra 1995

Heating sentra done the head and still heating on a hill put new water pump as well and new radiator cap

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Have you checked to see if the thermostat is functioning correctly and is not jammed shut. That would cause overheating.

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    Ryan King Mar 31, 2014

    Check the Auxiliary Fan if the its working properly. Since i had that problem before and was able to solve it by replacing the twin Aux.Fan with a new one. If the Aux.Fun is working properly, try checking the cylinder head if its tightly bolted to the transmission coz if it not properly sealed, air leaks prevents the radiator coolant from circulating properly which causes the engine to heat up.

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