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2000 mitsubishi overheats when standing still okay when driving

Car is 2000 gs aitomatic with a/c 4 cylinder

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Make sure coolant is full. Check and see if fan turns on at a little above the middle of the gauge or if it overheats check to see if the fan is running. if not check fuse, if fuse is not blown , you may need a new fan motor check connections and wiring around fan. the piece where the wire plugs into the fan can go bad too.

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Check the fuse for your fan.

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