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It has been overheating big time. we just replace the radiator and thermostat yesterday and still has a big overheating problem Help??

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Amanda J. Pierce, MBA Melanie, After replacing radiator and thermostat, and still having an over heating issue you need to inspect your water pump. You may have weeping from the lower half, indicating the need of replacement, or the front bearings of the water pump could have failed. You also may need to check your coolant temperature sending unit for failure. Hope this helps!

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