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Hi Im David, thanks for visiting the site. you need to do a compression test on all cylinders first and foremost.
anytime you overheat an engine whether or not the heads are new or not, you need to do a compression test.
you said it keeps overheating. you did not say that problem was repaired. thats the priority right now. im not worried about the dash right now
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do you know for sure if it was overheating or was the gauge just going up?
checking in to see how its going