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Posted by Anonymous on
Most common problem is debris build up on the radiator front, or debris build up on the AC condensor causing no or little air flow through the radiator and AC condensor. The radiator and AC condensor must have good air flow to keep everything cool, debris on the AC condensor will cause your AC temp to be high even with a proper AC charge. If there is no debris on the radiator or AC condensor and there is no white smoke coming out of the tailpipe and no loss of coolant, I would suspect a stopped up radiator on the inside or a bad water pump, good luck, Gary
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