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MY CADILLAC IS OVERHEATING I HAVE ALREADY REPLACED THE WATER PUMP AND THERMOSTAT BUT IT STILL IS OVERHEATING. I ALSO HAD A BLOWN HEAD GASKET SO I BOUGHT SOME BLUE DEVIL AND DID ALL I WAS SUPPOSE TO FOR THAT YET IT STILL IS OVERHEATING WHAT ELSE COULD BE CAUSING THIS?

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BLOWN HEAD GASKET IS THE PROBLEM CANT PATCH UP WITH STOP LEAK PRODUCTS WHICH WILL STOP RADIATOR CORES AND HEATER CORES UP PROMOTING OVERHEATING.HEADGASKET LEAKS HAS TO BE FIX.IT GOING TO COST SOME MONEY.

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