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My 300 m is haveing cooling problems after driveing about 14 ml it ddoen't overheat but there is bubbleing in the resivore. i just got my fan replaced and a new cap

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Radeator needs flushed, should no the trick, Good luck to you.

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If your getting bubbling in the resivour tank while the engine is running then you might have a head gasket failure. There is a test for that. It uses a tube of special liquid that is sort of pink. You fill the container and then put it on the radiator fill spout. Start the engine and operate it for 2 minutes. If your leaking combustion gases into the coolant the liquid changes color to yellow. This test kit can be bought at AutoZone for about $35.00 (other stores may have he kit also).

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