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Please my car having a problem with overhesting and removed the thermostate out of it without replacement. After this still givening me overheating and the car will not moved until it cooldown before i can start agian. so please giving me solution

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SOUNDS LIKE THE TERMOSTATS ARE FAULTY AS THE HOT ONE IS NOT CONTROLING THE HEAT TO THE ELEMENT AND IS OVERHEATING YOU NEED TO REPLACE THE TERMOSTATS .

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