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My 95 Villager overheated and was pouring water out the bottom. It instantly cooled after 20 min and has not overheated what is wrong with it? Do I need to change the thermostat or water pump? How do I do that?

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Sounds like the water pump .but the last time i saw one of these vehicles i lifted the bonnet and shut it again ,it was so compact its untrue ,this one i saw had no chassis number stamped into it so i couldnt import it and it was driven back to the UK .

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