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2009ve holdenss 6ltr blowing top radiator hose off

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Seams like a blockage thermostat suss

Posted on Apr 20, 2015

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SOURCE: radiator on 04 GC SE blow out

Could be a faulty radiator or too much pressure in the system.
You could have a bad head gasket.

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

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SOURCE: same problem with over heating

Whoa!!! Would I ck the water pump drive belt or the water pump itself, or the temp sending unit first? YES, I would. I would even check to see if there is possibly a combustion leak into the cooking system. Easyto do. Make sure your cookant recovery hose going into the recovery tank has its tip/end submerged in coolant and watch for bubbles. Bubbles are a no no and mean a leaking head gasket. Now that is a problem. Good luck.

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SOURCE: had water pump replaced engine

Have you checked your thermostat that sounds like the problem

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SOURCE: replaced water pump engine overheats

You still have air in the system. remove the radiator cap, if you have one, if not remove the resevoir cap. start the car and let it warm up to operating temperture. keep check on the level and fill as necessary. you may have to do ths a couple of times.

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SOURCE: My car just blow the top radiator hose, but before

Sounds like a stuck thermostat. Change it at the same time as the hose.

Posted on Jul 26, 2011

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