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Car overheats when heat is put on. both fans

Car overheats when heat is put on. both fans do work and car
will not overheat until you put
heat on - no signs of leakage and no signs of coolant in oil - 1999
dodge intreped 2.7 l

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Have you checked the Heat Gaskets. They may be defective or not functioning. Also Check the Cooling System's chemical completely checked. Also ensure that the Thermostat is not defective. Also try replacing the thermostat.
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