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Is over heating, has new ratiator, termostat, hoses, sensor in the termostat and still over heating

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    Jeff Turcotte Oct 15, 2010

    was the system bled of air after having work done? How fast does it overheat? Does the fan come on?

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Does the electric fan work...if not the thermatic sensor is faulty, quite common.

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