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1995 Ford Taurus NEW Fan motor keeps running

I just helped change the Fan motor on the car and now it just constantly runs.
We changed the motor because the diagnostic said was not spinning. Car would run fine, but once you sit car temp starts to rise.

Changed Parts Already: Fan motor, water pump, thermostat

Please help if possible

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Sounds like you need to flush the cooling system it is a common problem on those Tauruses

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