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My 1998 ford taurus is overheating .Already put in a new radiator. Do you think its the head caskets?

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If its a 3.0l 2-valve it could have a head gasket or cracked head.
if its a 4v dohc 3.0l it could be the water pump that driven by the
bank2 camshaft... the impeller inside the pump comes aprt and they overheat

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