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Whats the temperturee the fan should kick on in my 95 oldsmobile cutlass supreme? the temperature is running up to 230/

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Hi! yes, 230 degrees is way too hot! If my memory is right, probably about 190 degrees. I'd check with a GM dealer to make sure. It's most likely a bad fan switch. Good luck.

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