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Can a faulty thermostat on a 97 eclipse cause the car to run poorly after heating up spit and sputter?

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2005-09-05 05:50:11
2005-09-05 05:50:11

IF YOUR CAR IS HEATING UP(OVERHEATING) AND YOU STILL DRIVING IT, A FAULTY THERMOSTAT IS THE LEAST OF YOUR PROBLEM.

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