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Cooling fans are not coming on

2006 chrysler town and country is overheating

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Thermostat needs replaced and drain refill coolent and make shure boil it for 45 minute with radiator cap off ore find the bleader screw to release air bubles Thats should take care of it
Give me tumbs up if this works.
I bet this will take care of it

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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