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Why did my overflow to raidator bubbling out and was boiling hot

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Thermostat Stuck Closed or Head Gasket is going

Also check rad cap

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Well, I would say that the radiator would be next on your list, but usually the overflow is attached to the radiator, so that should be impossible to boil before radiator. How does the temperature gauge look? Even if any parts are hot to the touch that doesn't necessarily mean they are overheated. It may be that the system is still working out bubbles, hence the overflow boiling over.

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