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My mitsubishi l200 1998 2.5td is over heating and seems like theres a lot of presure trying to get ou i have replaced the rad and taken out the thermostat

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You may have a blown head gasket

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5: steam out tail pipe end, hot engine, fully hot.
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ill stop here, there are more.

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