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My 2004 4.7 dodge durngo keeps running hot. I've

My 2004 4.7 dodge durngo keeps running hot. I've had the thermostat replaced and radiator flushed. No fluid is leaking what is the problem.

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Do the radiator fans turn when engine hot? Try turning them when engine is off and cold; they should spin freely. Could be bad solid state relay that controls them. Try blowing the debris out of the radiator fins from the inside of the engine compartment.

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