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Hey I have a 2004 mini Cooper s that's over heating I have a new water pump new thermostat and a new radiator cap with no leaks can some one tell me the problem

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You say over heating 195 to 210 is ok you need to check if the cooling fans are working make sure you don't have blender valves on engine.

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SOURCE: where do you top up the radiator water in a mini

there is an expansion tank in the middle of the firewall when you open the hood and look from front.

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There is not a radiator cap on mini coopers it is a closed radiator. The coolant expansion tank is in the back of the engine compartment twards the middle. The fill for the coolant is just on the drivers side of the engine block between the engine and the battery box/ engine air filter.

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try to run the water pump without hoses, and add water in the 'in' side, if is powers out the other side, then it's fine. how is your water/coolant mix?

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SOURCE: no heat replaced thermostat water pump and

when you changed the therm you let air into the system and it will usually cause a air bubble in the heater core you probally should try to burp the system there is usually a plug or a relief valve check with your dealer fro instructions on how to burp the air out of the system try that first befor4e trying to replace the heater core

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