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Noticed temp gage staying in cold region - (it is winter now) - when at idle, temp increases to mid range, then when start going drops back to "C" area - just bought replacement thermostat thinking it is locked open (which is unusual - usually fail closed) but started wondering if problem could be fan not working - any suggestions how to verify ?? Fluid level is good.

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