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My car overheat when im using the car aircon,it doest overheat when im not using the aircon,so how can i use the aircon with out overheating my engine,i already clean the radiator,condenser,check the compressor and put some cooling fan in the radiator

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The cooling fan should run continuously when the A/C is on. If it does then I suggest you drain and flush the cooling system, and replace the thermostat. Fill it with a fresh supply of a 50/50 mix of antifreeze and distilled water.

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