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My 1997 ford taurus is over heating..i have changed the radiator cap and the water pump...and the radiator looks fine...can someone tell me what the problem might be and how to fix it please...thnx...jerry

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    over heating,was running very good, could it be the water pump impeller as

    I am told the impeller is plastic.

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Might want to change the thermostat. also check if the cooling fan comes on

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