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Check to make sure the fans are coming on. An easy way to see if the fans even work is to turn on the A/C while the vehicle is running if both fans come on you at least know they work. Drive the car with the A/C on if it still over heats suspect possible plugged radiator, the system may need to be bled, or you have blown head gasket or gaskets, possible coolant flush may work but rarely does. If there is gray/white smoke coming out tailpipe suspect cylinder head gaskets but do a block test to verify or do a compression test on each cylinder. Make sure the system is full of coolant.

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First, do you have enough collant? underneith the water pump there is a weep hole, feel to see if there is and anti-freeze dripping from this, if so the water pump is failing. Are you getting any heat? the heater core or the bypass valve could be no good. Also check the oil, look to see if it looks kinda like chocolate milk if it is , the anti-freeze is mixing with the oil and the headgasket is no good

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