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2006 dodge magnum is overheating

After flushing it 5 times it still overheating. replaced thermostat still overheating.

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SOURCE: CANT FIND MY THERMOSTAT ON A 2006 DODGE MAGNUM SE 2.7

it is located in the lower radiator hose housing on the engine

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SOURCE: 2006 Dodge Magnum keeps overheating

Observe the car's engine as it runs for 10 minutes to ensure that the electric fan for the radiator is coming on, if not either the fan relay, fan's coolant temp. sensor, or the fan itself is bad, try the relay first it is the least expensive, if this is the type of vehicle that has no electric fan replace the clutch fan.

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This relay you are referring to should be in the engine compartment electrical box this is also known as the distribution box normaaly houses relays and high current fuses

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Turn on ign andput a test light on the wires on the fan 1 will be power 1 will be earth but first check out the thermostat and if faulty replace and check the coolant (not water it must be coolant /radiator out side for durt dust and bugs if clean then ok '
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