Question about 1992 Ford Explorer
Carefully feel the radiator directly after shutting the engine off it should be hot at the top and get generally a little cooler as you go down from side to side with no cold spots, if there is a cold spot the radiator is plugged and needs to be cleaned or replaced. Do you have a fan shroud? Check your thermostatic clutch on the fan blade does it wobble? Any of these can cause overheating. Hope this helps.
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