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Running hot after having injector replaced

I had 2 of my injectors replaced and I did t even make it to the house and it started running hot. Mec said my water pump was bad but. So I replaced the thormostat and that didn't fix it so then I pulled the radiator out and cleaned it out with aluma bright and cleaned mud off the out side. Now the truck runs normal at night time when it's colder but during the day the temp goes up to about 3/4 the way up but then cools back down. And my heater comes and goes it doesn't blow hot constantly. Please help me I'm ballin on a budget
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How much coolant is in the de gas bottle ?

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What is the de gas bottle?
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the tank or overflow... was the system filled with an Airlift or equivalent vacuum type



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I didn't use a vacuume I just pored it in there
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Might be your issue. Air pocket



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Ok I'll try that. Thanks man
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Since you had 2 injectors replaced there is a possibility that one or both injectoor tubes was unseated and is allowing combustion gases into the collant system. Rare but does happen.


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