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Ford focus 2003

Car is over heating fan not cutting in

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Hi hypajunior, Check your coolant level ensure you have power to the fan (I am assuming it is an electric fan) if you have power to the fan you may want to check your thermostat or the coolant temp sensor,it will be a thread in fitting with a plug attached to it hope this helps good luck to you

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