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Why would a d-engine get to the point where it almost overheats and then cool down over and over?


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2004-07-20 03:20:24
2004-07-20 03:20:24

Sounds like the thermostat is not opening soon enough. possibly it has been replaced with the wrong one, or it's going bad. replace with the correct one, and see if this corrects your problem. Other things to check. The radiator fan temp switch...

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