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    paul kipling Apr 26, 2015

    Hi scott morse, I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?

  • ray gallant Apr 26, 2015

    if you do not say what the issue is we can not help solve anything

  • Scott Morse
    Scott Morse Apr 26, 2015

    fill radiator run van the fans dont kick in and the fluid overheats out of cap till there is no more in it

  • Scott Morse
    Scott Morse Apr 26, 2015

    also blows hot air for 30 seconds then cold air fans dont kick on raiator doesnt fill from resivoir just turns to steam

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Thermostat, of course

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