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Over Heating I'm having trouble finding where the mico switch is to turn the fan on. The car starts to heat up when sitting at lights i can not hear the fan cutting in. The motor temp drops and stay low when you are moveing along. Cheers Garry

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    I am having a problem with my 1990 Nissan Pulsar, cooling fan will not cut in and car overheats at lights, until i drive again. Is there a fuse that needs to be replaced so it works? The radiator, hoses and belts are all new, can anybody help? or tell me where the fuse is or if it is the problem?

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Use a/c to engage cooling fans and keep engine cool til you locate the fan/circulation problem....
cooling fan temp switch is a likely suspect also the thermostat for general circulation problems .. be sure to flush and fill when servicing thermostat .. belts hoses water pump round out suspects here..... without any more info all i can tell you

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