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97 dodge avenger over heating and just fixed a whole lot of things but once on the highway it over heats please help. Thermostate new not sure what temp. Water pump new belts new plugs new. wires new radiator not clogged sending unit new what gives

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Head gaskts are gone please repace them

Posted on Oct 16, 2010

  • riotdogxk9 Oct 16, 2010

    THe car doesn't smoke no coolant mixing no smell just over heating.

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