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My hyundai keeps over heating i already changed the radiator what else can it be

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Now, I'm not very savvy in the means of cars, but I did some searching, and someone else had the same problem with a 1997 Elantra, close to the same model as yours. All the searching I've done has led to one solution: Check your coolant pipes. You may have a leak there you were not aware of. Replace or repair any leaking pipes and see if that works. I'm sorry if this dosen't work, however.

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Thermostat and the fan blowing on the radiator should be you next "CHECKING OF THINGS"

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SOURCE: My 2001lincoln ls keeps heating

the water pump may be faulty......cheers

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