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What would make a car overheat around 40 miles per hour?

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2005-01-18 20:15:06
2005-01-18 20:15:06

1 insufficient coolant in the system . 2 water pump drivebelt defective or not adjusted properly . 3 radiator core blocked or radiator grille dirty and restricted . 4 thermostat faulty . 5 fan blades broken or cracked . 6 radiator cap not maintaining proper presure .

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