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07-29-02, 03:35 PM   #1  

I have a 94 Range Rover just went over 100,000 miles, it has started overheating, it does not do it all the time only when it is really hot outside. My husband removed the thermostat to see if this was the cause. It has been running okay except when you have to stop for a while at a light ect.. Any ideas on what the problem could be, this all started after I had a heater hose go and it overheated. Could it be the water pump? We have flushed the system , There does not seem to be any leaks.

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07-29-02, 04:12 PM   #2  
Have the cooling system checked for a blown head gasket. Good chance the gasket blew when the vehicle was overheated.

Any shop can check that for you.

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