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My sisters 1998 Hond Accord is overheating. recently the radiator exploded. the radiator was replaced and its still overheating can you help and recommend a good repair mechanic in the NYC area preferably Queens, NY

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Helaine Kurot, Owner/Technician at 360 Automotive Greetings, It sounds like they fixed the leak, but not the cause. Its possible it just has air in the system, but there may be other issues. There is a shop in Flushing, Great Bear - 164-16 Sanford Ave Flushing, NY 11358 (718) 762-6213

Panel of  Automotive Women Speakers, Panel of  Automotive Women Speakers at, Inc. Ronni, There are a few things that could be going on with the car. It could be anything from the temperature sensor, to the fan switch, to issues with the water pump and/or gasket. I would suggest seeing a mechanic soon to have them check it out and see what specifically is going on. For tips on a good mechanic in your area, please go here:

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