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95 chevy z28 v8 6 speed-overheating

My 1995 z28 was over heating. found that it had a split radiator.so i replaced it thinking this was the problem. still over heating while at idle with the air on in about ten minutes!! redlined what the hell is going on ???

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Unplug engine coolant temp sensor on front of engine. Low fan comes on when car starts.

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You might need to flush out the system and replace the thermostat.

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