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Old 10-30-2005, 12:22   #1 (permalink)
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i have a 2.5 v6 24v probe it cost me £1000 two weeks after i had to have a new head gasket along with a new radiator. when i got the car back it kept overheating when you drove it i have now had a 3 new fan sensors a new thrmostat full service and engine flush the var will sit idle for hours and never over heat but as soon as you drive it the temp gague will go sky high in seconds and all the coolant will pour out the overflow. my dear car has now been in a garage for 6 months and no answer can be found. ANYONE PLEASE PLEASE HELP
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You should have your exhaust system (pressure) checked. If there's water getting into your oil it's likely the head gasket but as you've replaced that & assume the water is bypassing the engine then the exhaust manifold or something around there is probably cracked and allowing air flow/pressure to build where it shouldn't ; forcing the water out. Worth a look anyway as I had the same problem on a car many moons ago. Hope you find it.
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You should have your exhaust system (pressure) checked. If there's water getting into your oil it's likely the head gasket but as you've replaced that & assume the water is bypassing the engine then the exhaust manifold or something around there is probably cracked and allowing air flow/pressure to build where it shouldn't ; forcing the water out. Worth a look anyway as I had the same problem on a car many moons ago. Hope you find it.

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