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Car was running fine and all of the sudden the air conditioning felt warm and car temperature gauge rose overheating. Pulled over immediately and then was towed to a shop. They changed the thermostat and new cap on radiator but still overheating. Checked the pressure and radiatior water for carbon dioxide...no indication that there was Carbon dioxide. Mechanicssaid that the pressure was too great to get a good reading... No smoke out of exhaust but have to keep adding water...seems to get air bubbles in the water.

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My camaro did the same thing and i dont no what to do

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