Question about Mercedes-Benz C-Class
Check the water level in the radiator and for any leaks on the radiator pipes. Check the condition of the thermostat and if there is rust inside the radiator. If so, replacements will be needed.
If the overheating is regular the cylinder head might warp so check the above quickly to ensure you don't need a top end (engine) rebuild. As a temporary measure you can add radweld to the radiator or an egg (if you're really stuck).
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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