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My 1996 Dodge Neon overheats within 5 minutes of being started. I'm thinking it could be the Thermostat because I still have a full thing of Engine Coolant, Like it hasn't been used yet. I'm hoping I did not blow a head gasket out or anything else serious. If you have a solution, Please tell me.

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Hello toasty_17 and thank you for asking your question, on Fixya.

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