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I have a 98 dodge stratus. it keeps over heating. for a while it was fine as long as the heater was on but the person who owned it before me drove it without the heater on and it died on the freeway the water in the over fill thing was boiling. now the car overheats fast. i dont want to ruin this car so what do i do to fix this problem?

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Need to have the head gaskets replaced and have the head/s checked for cracks

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