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I have changed the thermostat and radiator fluid and it is still overheating..what else could be the problem?

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You may have air in the cooling system or a bad water pump

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Radiator clogging and may need flush-external may be dirty- fan not working properly-water pump faulty

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Head gasket needs replaced

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