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2006 hyundai sonata stopped fans

2006 hyundai sonata V6 engine. The fans doesn't s start when the car is hot. At what temperature has to be the car so the fans start. The car was running good. Do you think my thermostat would be the problem? The only thing that isn't original on my car are the fans, they're aftermarket. I also changed the two oxigen sensors on my car.

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Dear friend-i think you must first check the fans manually to see if they work,if they do then when you you reach working tempreture,feel the top and bottom radiator hoses they should be the same temp,if not the thermostat is at fault,if yes then ckeck the thermo-switch,

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