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Okay we drove her all the way home, and within 5 minutes of the house we hit traffic and the radiator blew! Now I have replaced the water pump, thermostat/housing, and got radiator fixed. We will be seeing if problems persist tomorrow. I think im gonna replace the fan belt too.
You perform a compression test by taking out each spark plug, then using a compression meter you can buy at any parts place, you put the rubber end of the compression meter in one plug hole and it will give you a reading. Get someone to help you since you have to turn the engine over to check for compression.
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