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An extreme amount of more details Might help....yeah the waters low and it overheats, what's wrong? Lol. Start by looking at it then tell us something. Why would you jump straight to head gaskets?

So far your at 1000's of possible causes...try to narrow it down some....lmao
 

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Assume head gasket? What steps should I take to identify the issue. I'm comfortable under the hood.

Thanks all!
Yes, that's right. Don't do any testing, or diagnosis, or any of the usual tests for head gasket failure. Just assume it's the head gasket and rip the engine apart.

I'm feeling a bit under the weather today, I'm going to assume it's Ebola. Always assume the worst.
 

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lol fair comments.

Exhaust has a good amount of moisture in it. Losing coolant fairly quickly. I can drive about 2-3 miles and then I get the overheating beginning. seems to overheat on load. Idles well in driveway

Have flushed system and used Rave procedure to bleed out air.
New Thermostat (recently new)
Water pump was replaced in January

This a good testing devise?
http://www.sears.com/lisle-combusti...SPM10951608316?prdNo=1&blockNo=1&blockType=G1
 
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