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My car keeps overheating but there is no leak what could be causing that to happen

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Most likley reason is a bad thermostat. but its just a guess without actually looking at the car

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if your car keeps over heating, then it means the fan blowing the radiator is weak or might not be working at all.

Also, your water pump might be damaged, which can cause it to leak water. Put water into the radiator and check under the car to observe if there would be any leak of water.

Make sure the above is checked and fixed because thing overheating problem can damage your gasket which can make your can engine to knock.

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