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Old 05-22-2019, 05:39 PM
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Hi I have been scrolling but I have yet to see something for what I’m looking for. My truck had an overheating problem and leaking from return line. I replaced about every hose and I replaced water pump fan clutch 180 thermostat housing radiator cap, reservoir clamps everything. My truck still is overheating but it won’t get to the check gauges point it will sit right at the edge. It won’t change from defrost to anything else. If I’m lucky I’ll get cold air. I don’t know what else I could do help me out here.
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So the problem is with the Climate Control System, not with the engine & radiator, am i correct ?

If i am, even though this is a different vehicle than yours, i suggest that you watch this video below.

If you don't have access to air pressure, you can use a garden hose at a low pressure


Home Depot also has cheaper ones in plastic

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