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Reservoir my car keeps over heating so i went 2 auto zone and i baught a cheap lil galon dat supousably would work the cap keeps popin of cause of da presure i dont if its a reservoir tank or a regular galon dat holds water my car is a 98 eclipse.

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  • w33d Feb 22, 2008

    o i got your meseg im lookin for da lil tank da thermaltake my old one has a big hole dats why it over heats im lookin 4 a new one right away

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Do not overfill your reservoir tank!

Scheck see if your fan is running regularly and strong. If it's not, then cooling won't happen and it will shoot water every time.

Water pumps can also cause such problems in when they fail.

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