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I`m having boilover when I slow down or stop.

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Sounds like the cooling fan or the circuit is faulty. When you are traveling at highway speeds, it runs fine? But around town it gets hot? If that is correct, it is probably the cooling fan or circuit. Could be a switch or fan motor faulty.

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