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REDONE COMPLETE ENGINE ON LANDCRUISER AND STILL OVERHEATS? THERMOSTAT OPENING FINE, WHAT ELSE CAN WE LOOK AT.

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Check cooling fan operation and get a radiator flush. You might have a blocked radiator. You really need to fix this problem before you undo all the work you've just done.

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