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My 2001 VW jetta started overheating, the drivers side fan was not working. So I replaced that! Drove my car a distance and it started to overheat again, so I checked the hose going into the thermostat bell housing. The hose was rock hard, when I went to replace the thermostat, I found there wasn't one on! So why is my car still overheating!

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U need a thermostat or the coolant cant cool it just keeps going around and around and never has a chance to cool try to put a thermostat in and the should work

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