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Overheating thermostat may be bad...what parts or sensors or switches should i get to stop the problem?? what else could be wrong if not thermostat? PLEASE HELP!!

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Replace the hoses some times if a water flush is not done on scheduled time corrosion can build inside the spring hose going to or returning from engine

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