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Dodge Avenger 2010 all of a sudden heated up and top hose connected to the radiator cap popped off due to the pressure. what should I do?

There is no leaks from the radiator. No prior issues either. Last week my Air Conditioning stopped blowing cold air. Every once in a while the AC kicks in and works but it is random.

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Check radiator cap first

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