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Try to bleed the air from the cooling system if your antifreeze level is still normal. Sometimes air pockets withing the system get trapped near the temperature gauge and give a false reading. There should be an air bleeder valve that allows this to be done while truck is running. Also check coolant hoses for any blockages or cavitation. Hope this helps.

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