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Temperture going up during driving D gear and temp. going down during put N with engin on

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Possible water pump problem. Impeller may be slipping
on shaft at speed and not at idle. Try 2000 rpm in neutral
for a few minutes and see if problem duplicates.

Posted on Feb 16, 2011

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