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I have a 2000 Mustang gt brand new 4.6L 2V motor nothing fancy. However the oil is running what i think is a little too hot. The cars temp is also a little high for my liking. I was wondering if any of you guys knew of a good radiator to replace the stock one to help with the cooling.
Second issue is my car doesnt roll when on a hill and in neutral. pretty sure my brakes are locked. I just replaced the calipers and did the bleeding required to get air out of the lines. My brakes themselves are not attached to the rotor anywhere that i can see (yes i took them off as well to check). Any ideas or comments on what can be causing this and how to fix it? All positive information is appreciated. Thanks everyone.
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