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84 corvette overheating on freeway, radiator fan working, coolent is circulating, coolent leeks out of a small hole in the bottom of radiator but the hole is looks like its supposed to be there

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If faster you go the hotter it get the radiator is not doing its job time to change it at the same time change the thermostat too hope it FIXYA our problem thanks pierre

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