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My sons car started running hot. We added fluid and it still ran hot. Then we changed the thermostat. It was ok for a couple days. Then started steaming out from under the hood. We noticed the over flow container was melted so we replaced it. It still running hot but not showing on the gauge inside the car. And the fluid keeps steaming out from the hose on the overflow container. We don't know what it could be and cant find anything on the web. if you could help us we would be so grateful. Thanks Shannon

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Head Gasket

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