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My cooling fans do not come on unless the AC is on, and they don't run very fast

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The fan speed is variable to save fuel, the fans don't run unless the engine gets really hot, about 230 F, that is well past the middle of the gauge if u havce one, so the fact they run with the AC on means the system is almost certainly functional as long as u are not showing an engine overheat, are U?

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