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#1 mondy111

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Posted 10 December 2013 - 06:27 PM

Hi

my galaxy has developed an over heating problem when going uphill or 70+ mph, it had a cambelt and water pump a year ago, i have sent it to my local garage a few times to come back with nothinh but they have block tested it 3 times changed the thermostat and fan switch, and check water pump wether its plastic or metal which i have researched the plastic one is aproblem but it is a metal one on mine... radiator has been check for blockages via garden hose... all of water system has been check over and over everytime i have had this issue it has all been flushed 3 times and still the same, i have researched the issue and no one seems to know the answere.. the most common one is head gasket but people have had this done and still the same issues.... PLEASE HELP



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#2 mick85

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Posted 10 December 2013 - 07:06 PM

Is your heating good in car is circulation good through every pipe if u replaced all component an u say no blockage you must have problem wit fan the wiring or pcm

#3 gregers

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Posted 10 December 2013 - 07:56 PM

has it been remapped/chipped as it has been reported this can cause some problems like your reporting.

 

ask us here,

 

www.fordmpv.com

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www.fordgalaxy.org.co.uk




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