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2006 WRANGLER OVERHEATING...WHERE SHOULD I START LOOKING IF THE FAN CLUTCH APPEARS TO BE WORKING FINE??? I WAS GOING TO REPLACE THE THERMOSTAT/SENSOR, BUT IS THERE SOMETHING ELSE I NEED TO LOOK FOR?

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Thermostat and sensor would be the best place to start. With mine, I had to replace both the thermostat and the sensor to get everything working ok

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