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My 2000 S-10 Chevy Blazer is overheating. I took the radiator cap off and don't see the water flooding through.

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Sounds like your thermostat is not working right , I would replace it and see if that will fix the problem.

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Testimonial: "I replaced the thermostat, then I notice the water was not circulating so I replace the water pump and problem fix. Thanks for your help! ."

  • James Oct 31, 2012

    I replaced the thermostat, then I notice the water was not circulating so I replace the water pump and problem fix. Thanks for your help!

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