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98' legacy 2.5 overheating problems
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    Angry 98' legacy 2.5 overheating problems

    I have a 98 legacy outback 2.5. It started to have overheating issues a few months ago. It seemed that the thermostat was sticking so I replaced it and no problems for a week or two. Then while driving my temp gauge would bounce up and down. a few days later my radiator blew. So I put a new one in and the next day the water pump blew. Now it has a new thermostat a new radiator and a new water pump and still overheats in a matter of minutes. Any ideas on what the hell is going on?

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    Mine sometimes did that. Found out it was one of the cooling fans not spinning. One was and one wasn't and made it overheat when I came to a stop or was climbing a hill.

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    Head gaskets!!!!!!!!

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    Head gaskets and the Subaru coolant additive (sealer)

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