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Dodge durango-2000-4.7 overheats

My 2000 durango started overheating all of a sudden. I just had the AC refilled and thought that had something to do with it. I replaced the thermostat but its still overheats. The water coolant in the overfows is so hot it boiling. I aways had the boiling noise before but it never overheated until the temp gauge almost went to the red zone area and the coolant was coming out from he overflow. When I open the hood fuid was all over.

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Try replacing fan clutch

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I hate to tell you this but it sounds like a blown head gasket.

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