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Overheating prob in chevy camaro z28 97

I have chevy camaro z28 97 with overheating only with A/C, I have replaced radiator, radiator cap, thermostate, & water pump but still temperature reaching not more than 225 F only in heavy traffic. my car's fan working properly in low & high speed. what is the solution? by the way, i live in Dubai, that's mean wheather here is too hot

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Check for obstruction in front of radiator/condenser that would cause loss of airflow through the core.Sometimes these cores get clogged with bugs or debris and airflow is deminished. The reason for overheat with A/C on is that the condenser adds to the heat in front of the radiator and if there is not enough airflow then the engine also runs hot because radiator can not be cooled sufficiently.
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