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Check coolant level then make sure that the heating system is working on the hot side, once you've warmed up the engine check that all the water pipes are warming up ok, once the engine has reached its normal operating temperature you should hear the engine cooling fan cut in, if the engine coolant fan hasn't cut in at the right time you'll have to check the wiring and fuses for the cooling system.
Posted on Dec 30, 2013
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