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that crud was in the water pump
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replaced water pump, still getting hot broke shaft anyone ever see this
ideas???????
have you looked at the coolant to see if it is clean?
might have to remove the radiator and get it flushed to remove the solids in it.

do the fans cycle on as they should?
if so, does that hold the temp reading where it is, or does it continue to go up.

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replaced 7 volt regulator now temp and gas gauges work
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radiator LOOKED clean.. fan comes on but temp keeps rising.
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I use an IR Temp gun to measure temps on stuff,
if you have one, use it to get a valid temp reading on the radiator core, or up close just the hose from the engine to the radiator.

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