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MY 2002 RANGER IS HOT

2002 RANGER OVERHEAT UNDER LOAD. THE DEALER HAS CHANGED THE RADIATOR,FAN CLUCK,STAT,HEAD GASKETS,FAN, AND IS NOW CHANGING THE CATALIC CONVERTER. THEY HAVE NO IDEA WHAT IS WRONG. HELP

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What about the water pump. Did it get changed too?

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