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My mit. galant 1995 is overheating again i dont no y i replaced the water pump and the termastat and i dont no what else it could be i have coolent in the rediator what else can it be?

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Check the electric fan by the raidator and make sure it is turning on. If not, it will overheat in traffic everytime.

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my 1997 sub outback wont restart
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the fuel dose pump out when i take line off exit at filter when key is turned on and also when cranked
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Coolent is leaking from overflow and overheating


I will agree with your uncle and say that you should check the water pump. Start the vehicle and look at the water pump. Most water pumps have a "weep hole". If there is coolant coming out of this hole the water pump is not working properly. If not, and if the temperature has been running normally, you may have fixed the problem when you replaced the cap, if the water pump is good and the temp has been running high, then check the thermostat. Hope this helps and good luck.

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i may be clogged or damaged so the water can't travel in it properly...

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Replaced water pump


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