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After running the engine for awhile in stop and go traffic it runs hot and start to sputter and cough and quits running. hard to crank till it cools down

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CHECK COOLANT LEVEL.CHECK THERMOSTAT.IF TOP RADIATOR HOSE DONT GET HOT IN 10 MINUTES AFTER FIRST STARTING CAR IN MORNING .AND JUST THE BOTTOM HOSE.THERMOSTAT STICKING CLOSE.IF THERMOSTAT FINE.PROBLEM COULD BE CLOGGED RADIATOR OR ENGINE BLOCK CLOGGED OR FAULTY WATER PUMP.

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