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Engine over heating due to cooling fans not running

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Spin fans make sure there not seized check for power and ground to the fan connectors when the car is overheating if no power jump the temperture sensor or disconnect it depending on style fans should operate if no ground check wiring diagram and check ground connection and wire continuity if both power and ground are good replace fan brushes worn out

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