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Overheats with air running at 105 degree outside temperature,

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Check your service record and see when was your last time you did a coolant change.

It's a good preventive measurement to change the thermostat too just in case you has a stick / partial opening thermostat.

With the A/C running,monitor the electrical fan(s) and see are then BOTH on.

The second fan should be on under load and A/C ON.


If the 2nd fan is not kicking in the make sure the fan does work by apply 12V to the terminal and also check the A/C switch.

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