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Car is over heating changed theromastat. the car is puttinmg water out the over flow tank

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  • bullkamm Aug 06, 2008

    Having the same problem. changed the water pump, radiator, hoses but is still not cooling. Thermostat tests okay, I'm baffled

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DO NOT REMOVE YOUR THERMOSTAT.....the enginge uses the thermostat to wrm up to operationg temp.....does you fan have a clutch on it?...if so it is not locking up

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First of all make sure therm. is installed properly sometimes it looks like its in right but not,second if you live in a hot *** place when its not very cold jus take the damn thing out u only need it when u live in cold places.

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Have you checked the thermostat?

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