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Q: Volvo immediately overheating

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My Volvo immediately overheats when I start it. Could it be the circulating pump?

A: Hi. There are many components that make up ...

Hi. There are many components that make up your cooling system. Hoses, thermostat, radiator, and water pump all work in sync to ensure proper running temperature. If any one of these components is damaged it would cause your vehicle to overheat. A mechanic sent by YourMechanic can be sent to your residence and diagnose the cause of your vehicle overheating.

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