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Overheating, replaced thermastat and water pump stilloverheats jag xk8 1997

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Either your "double-crossover flow" radiator is plugged or if you have excessive pressure when you remove radiator cap its got a bad head gasket,then start checking your oil for signs of milky looking oil and foaminess then you got BIG troubles ahead

Posted on Oct 13, 2009

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