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My 2000 jag s type 4.0 auto seems to have a engine problem, it overheats and the fan does not come on, it's ok on fast roads but going up hill or inthe city the temp reaches to the red? Any help would be great ian.

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Time to replace eather temperture sending unit to the fan or the fan itself do not keep running the engine hot you could camage the head Gasket get this fixwd soon

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