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Its been running hot and had trouble starting. now it won't start at all, i installed a new battery

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I would check the thermostat, most of overheating problems are thermostats. also check your radiator top and lower hoses to make sure they are not collapsing, this goe's for heater hoses also. also you might want to check out the coolant temperature switch, that is normally located on the intake manifold, i assume that your radiator is circulating coolant good, if so, check the items that i have mentioned. hope that this information has helped you.

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