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1998 sable my sable keeps overheating. we changed the thermostat and a few hoses on it already adn it still overheats

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  • botchee Jul 06, 2008

    new radiator, new radiator cap, flushed twice, new ac compressor, tran fluid is less than 5 years old, thermostat is 2 years old.

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Cloged radiator or head gasket blown
clogged radiator let cool then run car without radiator cap when warms up the water should be running fast in direction without bubbles
if slow the there is a clog in radiator

the other things of over heating tranny low on fluid
oil fluid low
drive line fluid or grease low
binding brakes
warped fan blades or improper fan clutch or defective
hope this helped its off the top of my head since im not there

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