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Cooling system I have a problem with overheating.I have put in a new radiator,hoses.The head and head gasket have also been changed,the engine runs hot after 20 mins or so.I can also hear coolant or some other liquid flowing while sitting in the drivers seat.Thermostat checks out,water pumps fine.

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Re: cooling system

Are you loosing water?  Have you changed the Radiator cap.  May not be holding pressure.  Water boils faster when it is not under pressure.  Does the heater blow hot when you turn it on full heat?

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Yikes! Don't ever take the radiator cap off when the radiator is hot or even warm. The coolant is under pressure, and comes out quick when you open the radiator.

Also, it's best not to drive too far on an overheated engine, because that can cause internal engine damage that's expensive to fix.

There could be a number of things wrong. The easiest one to check is your coolant level. The operator's manual will give you good instructions on doing this properly, but usually you wait for the engine to be cool, and then you check the level on a reservoir, adding fluid to it if necessary. (not directly into the radiator)

You could also have a blockage or air bubbles in the radiator or other damage that's keeping it from cooling effectively. You may be able to flush your radiator and refill it with coolant. Again, see the owner's manual.

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Also, some models of cars can run their fans even if the ignition is turned off, so be careful when working around the fans; they can turn on unexpectedly.

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