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My 05 neon is overheating. There is plenty of fluids in the car. What could be the problem?

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Check that the fan is turning on, and if not, check fuses, electrical wiring, and fusible links to the fan to see if it's getting power. Use a test light to check for current.

Also, check the thermostat to see if it is opening.

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