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My fan to cool the van down wont come on

It over hets

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Does the temperature gauge work? most of the time, this is caused by a faulty coolant temp sensor, or thermostat.another thing to consider..... there could be an air pocket in the cooling system. you can bleed the system by finding the high point in the system, and removing the cap.also, of course be sure to test that there is voltage at the fan!check all fuses and relays

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