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Over heating on water cooled qaudzilla 320e.Have checked water pump,heat sensor,water cooliant sensor, van, bleep system, checked hoses for leeks, straped out van so running all of the time . still over heats

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If its water cooled, then it will have a mechanical thermostat, which opens and closes to allow cooler water into the engine block, it will be located between radiator and block......the thermostat must be stuck in the closed position.....i advise changing the thermostat

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