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I have Daihatsu Hijet 2000, It's strat normally & after 5 minutes idle up automatically. After around 30 minutes running idle comes up very slow and stop the engine.

I removed the thermostat valve due to over heating. after removing overheating problem solved but can't put new one because overheat again.Please give a solution for those issues.Daihatsu Hijet 2000 Auto EFI

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