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Cars over heating leeking coolent for the bottom and not sucking in form the resivor and not leaking form hoses

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You need to first change the thermostat and bleed the system of all air. check for leaks and make sure the water pump is not leaking out the weep hole. if so replace it too. you might the last thing check to see if the cap on the coolant system is bad.

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Change the thermostat. Follow upper radiator hose to where it meets the thermostat housing on the engine. Remove the 2 or 3 bolts that hold on the housing, then replace the thermostat and seal and put housing back on. With cap still off, vehicle running and warm, then fill up the coolant system. Make sure there is not air pockets by burping the hose when adding the fluid.

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