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Overheat I have a 1999 2.9L Korando. It was having a heating problem so I got a new radiator. A week later there is no obvious leaks, and the temperature gage goes to hot after a minute. The car still runs the same. I notice that water is hot and steam is coming from the overfill. The blower motor in between the bumper and radiator is not spinning. Any advice?

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Hot wire the fan motor to make sure the fan works. If it works, check the relay that operates it.

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