Q: Q: cooling system

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Hi everyone, I got a problem on my car and I went to many mechanics but there is no idea, everyone guessed and tried to get more money.

the engine temperature gauge doesn't work well, sometime it stop reading the temperature and sometime it shows the overheating for a few time and get back to the normal. when it shows the overheating the radiator cap starts steaming.

inaddition there is a code showing there is a problem on the cooling system.

Please can I get suggestions

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