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frabi wrote at 2013-01-25 05:49:32
check when it started ? had you changed anything either thermostat or water pump. I strongly think its your water pump or clogeed radiator.remove water pump and check if the vanes/blades are ok , they can be loose.

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25 years chrysler,jeep,eagle, and dodge experience.Electrical,air conditioning,driveability,brakes,and suspension. I am not a transmission tech. I won't be able to answer any trans questions!Also I am answering your questions at off the top of my head.I'm not able to look up any specifications or diagrams or any thing like that.But what you will get is my honest attempt at helping you with your problem.I also will not give information on how to "Mickey Mouse " repair.I learned by the book and that is how I operate.


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