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I can be going down the road and my temp on my ford f-150 will shoot up.I have several things replaced and it still does this.It has blown the hose off on several occasions.After it runs hot,then it acts like the sparkplugs arnt firing

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Hi These are indications of a blown head gasket. I would recommned have a cooling system presure test and a block test done. If theres anything else i can help you with be sure to ask. Thank you

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