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Changed thermostat and resivor tank and still it over heats...Would changing the oil make a difference?...And what could be the problem?

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If you changed the thermostat and res. I'd say your heater-core is clogged or the radiator, or your fans are not turning. Could also be your coolant is to diluted with water as in 70 percent water 30 percent collant.

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