Boiling water in reservoir.

Asked by Aug 03, 2016 at 01:04 AM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ok new head gasket kit, new water pump, timing
set and new radiator.......truck temp gauge now
only get about midway running great but when I
drive for a while and park and turn off my truck the
coolant in reservoir is boiling and coming out over
flow house....what can be wrong?

1 Answer


Check the radiator cap, it maybe weak and the seals leaking. Was the head checked and milled during the head gasket replacement?

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