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What are all the causes of the 1.6l overhearing?

(2013 Ford Fusion)
in Douglas, GA on September 13, 2018
Overheating blown head gasket. Replaced motor thermostat housing good radiator temp good thermostat temp good. Gauge moves towards hot but will come back down if the acceleration is decreased
What seems to make the problem better or worse? Turn off restart or decrease acceleration
How long have you had this problem? A few months
Tags: overheating 1.6 l ecoboo, ford, fusion
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on September 13, 2018
If you blew the head gasket then that would be your overheating issue. Not sure if that's what you meant. If you didn't blow your head gasket and it cools off when revving you could be low on coolant, have an air pocket, a bad water pump, etc.
Hands-on inspection is needed.
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