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I changed the thermostat and the sensor and put more fluid in it took it to the store about 20 min away and it started over heating again

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Find the bleed screws on the engine and bleed the coolant system of air.once the air is gone from the cooling system the engine should cool fine,also check to make sure the cooling fans are coming on when they are supposed to.

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