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My rodeo is running hot. It is not steaming or bubbling over and the fan has been replaced would my next option be to replace the thermostat.

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Or put more engine coolant/water into it. you might need to put some directly into the radiator. The fan isn't the major cooling agent in the engine, the water/coolant is. Just make sure you don't over fill or under fill the tank holding the extra coolant, the radiator should be full though.

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