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The car keeps overheating-the heads were just replaced but it heats up badly within 10 minutes-also the fans don't automatically come on.

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  • IanMcCracken Aug 05, 2008

    Car keeps overheating. Fan's don't seem to be turning on. The coolant is full, pretty sure there is water running through the hoses? checked the fuse since it is an electric fan. its fine. Thinking i might be the thermastat not opening. what do i do?!

  • kevinstlth29 Aug 23, 2008

    Hey man. I have a 94 r/t and mine would overheat, so i just pulled out my thermostat. Now It runs fine. Don't ask but it works. I even have a heater in winter time. Hope it helps.


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I would make sure the antifreeze is the right kind.Also get your raditor cleaned out.

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