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I have a 2004 During that starts to overheat when sitting in traffic. I have checked and I don't see any water flow. Is this the thermostat?

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You might try a prestone super flush out kit to clean all the rust and debris from the cooling system. Then take a garden hose and spray down the coils on the radiator to remove dust and dirt. If the coils are dirty and blocked by dust and dirt it will cause the vehicle to overheat. Last, check your thermostat. If its not opening, it will prevent the circulation of antifreeze through the engine.

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2. Water pump has failed internally. Easy way to check, start your Benz, squeeze the radiator hose while it is running. Better to do this when the engine is cold. If you start to feel pressure in the upper hose, water pump may still be good. Should feel like rushing water going through the hose.

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