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Thermostat problem? 99 GMC savanna cargo 2500 5.0 liter

Engine temp. goes to 210 + on gauge, but will return to normal operating temp if you turn blower to high, but will return to the 210 + as soon as heater blower is turned down. Van has good heat but is getting me worried. Could the thermostat need to be replaced?

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    overheating, has something to do with the water pump/ themostat / heater

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Jt\\it could be the water pump or the thermostat giving you problems

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