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Havn engine overheating issues. raidator is not the issue bleive it may be the hoses or thermostat cooolent leaking from back of engine

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Fill the water to the proper level with it cold. Start car and look inside overflow can. If as it warms up you see bubbles in the tank the chances are very good that you have a blown head gasket. Good luck and have a great day.

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