# Rover 25 overheating

## 2001 Rover 25 Problem

AutoInsider Ref#: 1545Use this number to refer to this problem |

Car | Rover 25 1.4 |

Year | 2001 |

Owner | dilksyuk |

Posted | 12/01/2009 |

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I was on the way to work this morning and was noticing my accelerator was sticking. As I got a bit further on i heard bubbling and then trhe car temp gauge shot right up. I recently had the head gasket replaced and i dont know if that could be the problem,,, i need help pls

## Solution 1

## From Original Poster

dilksyuk |

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Since: Jan 2009 |

Posts: 0 | Fixes: 1 |

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Problem solved now

I took it to a garage and he suggested changing water pump and thermo and said it would cost a lot. So i decided, even though i have minimal car experience, to do it myself,,,so i downloaded all the workshop manuals and 16 hours later all done and dusted. ive got all the cuts to prove it..

total cost 25 quid

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I took it to a garage and he suggested changing water pump and thermo and said it would cost a lot. So i decided, even though i have minimal car experience, to do it myself,,,so i downloaded all the workshop manuals and 16 hours later all done and dusted. ive got all the cuts to prove it..

total cost 25 quid

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can you smell any fuel through the expansion tank with cap off?any creamy sludge under oil cap?

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