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I first notice my heater was taking long to get warm. And a couple days later I noticed my temp gauge was going up and then I got a mssg telling me my engine coolant was getting hot. I fugured it was my thermostat so I changed it along with the temp sensor but that did not resolve the problem so then i bought fan clutch and put it on but still no luck so then I replace the water pump and nothing engine is still getting hot
Is there still little heat in the cab? Does it push the coolant out the surge tank? how long does to overheat?
After installing the water pump I ran it on idle for about 10 minutes with the heater on but got no hot air out of it.. Cold air was blowing out of my vents. I decided to go for a spend and accelerated hard and then that was when the heat kicked on. But my engine strated to overheat once again
It does not have a cap on the actual radiator but ti does have a seperate tank that has a cap on it. Are you referring to that cap