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Cars overheating and does not obtain radiatorfluid

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CARS OVERHEATING CAN BE A RESULT OF CLOGGED RADIATOR, RADIATOR HOSES, FREEZE PLUG AND HEATER CORE LEAKING IN CABIN. ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS TO STEAM WASH THE RADIOTOR AND THE OVERHEATING WILL STOP.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa!

There's a lot of things that can cause this problem. Here are the following:

- Clogged radiator
- Faulty radiator blower
- Faulty water pump
- Worn hose somewhere

This things should be replaced if necessary. Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa! Have a good one!

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First step find where the fluid is going
1 if in oilo it has a bad head gasket and possible craked or warped head
and if oil is in radiator same thing headgasket
if leaking else where could be
1. radiator
2. radiator hoses
3. freeze plug
4. heater core leaking in cabin

Posted on Dec 29, 2010

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