Question about Dodge Dakota
Hi! A weak radiator blower can cause this. Temp doesn't go up on high speed for air is surely helping on cooling down the engine. When in low speed, not much air to hit the radiator so it depends on the radiator blower. If the radiator blower is faulty it can't perform well and may result to engine stress that's why the temp goes up. Once the blower is replaced you'll be good. HOpe this helps and thank you for using FixYa!
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