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Over heating i have already replaced spark plugs ,changed radiator and thermostat and still the same please help????

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You need to run the car and see if the fan comes on if it does change the thermostat and gasket if it does not you need a fan sensor

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Where is the acura 1999 3.2 tl thermostat located

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