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Runs great but sometimes water temp raises way too high and uses all out of overfill then oil pressure goes down cools off once you are on open road. replaced switch in front (done by garage) and last winter replaced radiator..still runs hot at times what do i do

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You need to check if the fan is starting up which provides additional help in the cooling process of the engine. It is a matter that needs to be considered as this could result with damage to the head gasket.

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