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My ford taurus 2001 is over heating but it does not show it on gage it also has a noise by the resavoir

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Let the engine cool competely then remove the radiator cap and check the coolant level in the radiator, if the coolant level is low enough the temp gauge will misread and could show normal. The noise could indicate a hole or crack where steam/coolant is escaping.

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