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Why is my citroen c2 overheating

Overheating warning came one 3 days ago, checked and replaced thermostat as the seal was broken, tested it today and the warning can on again. water pipes isnt as hot as they should be. HELP Please!!

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Sounds like your new thermostat is sticking,They can be put in upside down. give it the stove and hot water test. It should show the valve opening about 72degrees Do not go above 80 degrees you'll cook it.

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AIr lock in pipe . flush with rad open

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