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1998 Audi A8 4.2 no heat and overheating after 10miles ,new thermastat and new waterpump

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Try replacing the radiator cap

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  • tyler838 Feb 23, 2011

    try the rad if there is no flow through the rad the engine wont cool and you wont get heat inside

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