Im having a problem with overheating after i went wheling in pretty deep mud!! I have already replaced my thermostat and attempted to rinse out my condenser and radiator does anyone have any other suggestions as to what i might try to cool this thing off??
clean out the outside of your radiator? om both sides? Is your fan clutch still engaging?
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Yea, take a pressure washer to your engine and make sure all mud is removed, especially from the radiator.
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