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96 acura running hot

Tempture hand is hot on a 96 acura rl 3.5 head check was check no leak cyclinder no leak gauge working right change the stack hose are good fan are working right what is wrong with this car

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Most likely, the thermostat needs to be replaced.

if that doesn't fix it, check the water pump

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