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First i would check the coolant and make sure it is still good. You can goto any automotive store and get a Antifreeze tester they are about 4-10$usd. If the antifreeze is ok then you need to replace your thermostat. If you need further assistance after doing what i have provided above please let me know. Thanks, Midwest-tek

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