Q: what does it mean when after overheating, engine is spiting on the Radiator side, how to find out how bad it is ?

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have changed many parts 4 hoses, new Radiator + ... overheated , engine stoped so how can i do a bandaide fix or work on the HEADS and my thought was the FAN switch is not working efisciently ?

My car has 170000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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