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Over heating, i tried a new thurostat but did not help the over heating,

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Clogged radiator? bad water pump...cooling systems are quite simple...water circulates through the engine under the force of the pump...even if the thermostat is working it still needs the pump to move the water...still have the old thermostat? put it in a pot of cold water on the stove and turn on the burner...see if it opens at the proper temp setting...if the old one does you dd not need a new one..oh, I have installed brand new thermostats that were bad...

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