No. The heat not working properly can be caused by a bad thermostat. A cap just pressurizes the system and increases the boiling point. Thermostat is really the cause. Or a blocked heater core.
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How to prevent your car from overheating?Please try to give some practical tips
by Wayne Brown 7 years ago
Explain the function of a thermostat in an automobile cooling system.
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What causes a car to over heat?
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