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What will cost your car to overheat

A/c doesnt work, but car overheats

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Overheating can be caused by several things:
1. thermostat stuck closed.
2. low coolant level
3. leaking coolant
4. fan that does not turn on to cool radiator
5. FAN DOES NOT TURN ON WHEN A/C IS TURNED ON.

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