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Hi
this may because of the following reason
1.cooling fan-the cooling fan is not working so no cooling process is taking place.
1.this may be because of wire connecting the fan may be damaged.
2.the sensor sensing temperature and activates the fan may damaged.

2.the radiator ma be chocked and the cooling water flow may be reduced which reduces the heat transfer.
3. Due to the agening of the fan it may be reduced it speed please check the fan and replace if nesessary.

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