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I have a 1995 chevy c1500 replaced radiator, waterpump, thermostat. and still overheats engine but radiator is cold but if I put junk thermostat in id doesnt heat up at all. tried 3 different thermostats, filled radiator with cap off to get out air pockets

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If it is a regular fan, check the fan clutch. If it is an electric fan, make sure it is coming on. Other than that you might be sure the AC condenser that sits in front of the radiator is not plugged up with grass, bugs, etc...

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