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First check your fuses if good it could be the ect sensor which stands fot engine coolant temperature sensor not a pricey fix

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  • kayla vanhorn May 22, 2009

    first check your fuses if good it could be the ect sensor which stands fot engine coolant temperature sensor not a pricey fix

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that radiator isn't that hard. you have to removethe hose some of the top covers above the radiator, and maybe the fans. make sure you WD-40 all bolts days in advance of project

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