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Stalling problems my car keeps over heating and stalling and i cant seem to find the problem. ive changed the water pump,fan clutch,flushed radiator taken thermostat out put new one in and driven without it and it keeps overheating and dies>< i dont know if there is some kind of heat sensor or something thats bad can anyone help me?

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Remove the raidator cap while running or watch the overflow tank for bubbles. If you see bubbles either way, most likely your cause of the overheating is a leaking head gasket. If you have a cooling system pressure tester, pump up the cooling system and see if it looses pressure, if it doesn't hold pressure, again bad head gasket.

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