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Radiator is over heating. using water nfrom the resivor.

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First I'll ask a question well maybe more, has it ever boiled over,or any leaks ?If not Have you pulled the dipstick if you see a milky looking film or water or a smell like coolant any or all of these could mean a cracked head.Hope this helps, Good luck

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