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Car is running hot. Just got new hose put on and radiator flushed and themostat. What is the problem?

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Check the availability of morte than one thermostat for your engine. You may have the wrong one in and it's not opening at the lowest setting. Causing the engine to overheat before it will allow the coolant to circulate properly. The other answer lies within the efficiency of your waterpump.

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I have had several Daewoos with head gasket problems. This could result in the loss of coolant and eventual overheating.

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connect the kits anti syphon to water hose and connect to the T you have installed ,
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