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My 2004 Ford Expedition, keeps overheating and I have no leaks, I changed the thermastat and I flushed the radiater the temperature gage keeps rising to high.

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Don`t forget, this vehicle also has 2 thermostats.

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Check the fan clutch and see if its engaging ! Start the motor and let run a few minutes and turn vehicle off while observing the fan blades if it free wheels when the motor is turned off then its bad ! Also take the radiator cap off with it cold and full of fluid and start the car - does coolant imediately shoot out if so the head gaskets are blown !

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