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You flush the radiator but it keeps getting hot what could it be?

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2005-11-01 03:38:22
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have you changed the thermostat. If you have flused the rad. and it still gets hot I would say more than likely it is the therm. Make sure the outside of the rad. or fins are washed out to. good luck.

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