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I HAVE I OVER HEATING PROBLEM I HAVE HAD TO RADITOR REPLACE AND THE THEROMSTA AS WELL AND IT STILL OVER HEAT WHAT IS WRONG WITH MY 300

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Either your cooling fan isnt cooling enough because its old or maybe there's debris(leaves, dirt) in the radiaor support.Also you may have an air pocket in the coolng system.

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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This can be caused by a failed head gasket at a point that allows high temperature gases to escape into the coolant channels. Check your coolant for odors you would associate with exhaust fumes and check the color of the coolant mix to see if any contaminants are in it.
You might also do an inspection of the oil level dipstick to see if there is anything resembling Jergen's lotion on it; this can happen with a severely leaking head-gasket too. This kind of failure by itself ~just~ destroys the engine over time but doesn't affect the coolant temperature.

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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