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Overheating it keeps overheating why it dose not have a themostat in it

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Once a car overheats, it always ruins the thermostat, and it has to be replaced.
It is cheap and easy to do. But overheating the rist time still needs to be fixed. Could be loose belt, bad fan or switch, leaking head gasket, etc.

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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