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I have a ' 95 Chrysler Concord. and for no reason, the temperature kept rising and the car was being overheated, pushing the water off the reserver tank and the oil looks clean, not milky, and the water looks ok too. how can I fix this problem? Please give me any help and suggestions... Thank you.

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Did u you check thermostat or a bad water pump hope it not a head gasket because there noted 4 that and it will presurize coling system without making it milky depending on ware head gasket is leaking good luck ps sometimes water pump impella comes lose and slips you would not hear it

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