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1991 bmw 318is 4 door 16 valve motor, runs hot and radiator cold

1991 bmw 318is 4 door 16 valve motor, new thermostat and housing replaced car was overheating, put a new one in and still no circulation radiator still cold even after the car started running hot, is there something else i should check, the water pump seems to be good no leaks and such, HELP PLEASE!!! i am so lost

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You may have bad waterpump,the impeller on pump may be borken, just because it doesnt leak doesnt mean its good.also could have exhaust entering cooling system (bad headgasket) if pump is good have a block test done.

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