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Im not sure what its called but it looks like a valve cap with a metal stem in the middle of it popped off and coolant is being thrown out of it causing it to over heat.how do i fix it?

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Sounds lik you need to replace your radiator cap and find out whats causing the pressure problem in you coolant system

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