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I have a 97 audi a4 quatro my alternator went out about a week ago and i just put it in today in order to get alternator in from bottom of car i removed bottom 2 radiator hoses an fluid came out. after completing installing alteernator i reconnnected the 2 hoses to the duct , an refilled wit antifreeze i started car an ran for about 5 to 10 mins an know its startin to overheat. does that sound like a thremostat problem before alternator went out car never ran hot need help please respond

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MAKE SURE YOUR COOLANT STAYED FULL. YOU MIGHT HAVE CREATED AN AIR BUBBLE IN SYSTEM. CHECK LEVEL AGAIN. IF THAT CAR HAS A SERPENTINE BELT MAKE SURE ITS ROUTED CORRECTLY ,AS IT MAY ALSO RUN THE WATER PUMP.

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