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Not holding a charge?...change the battery and radiator!...check the fuse,fan relay,or temp sensor or might be the fan not working

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How to remove radiator on 2000 Lincoln Continental


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I own a 1988 190E mercedes benz, my problem is the rising temperature when it is on an idling mode


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How do you change a cooling fan motor? I can't get it off the fan shroud.


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