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Overheating my cav is overheating ive replaced the thermostat,and radiator,the last owner had the fan jumped out to a fuse and i am removing this to its original state but the fan will not work??????i tried a used fan and new connector still no fan any ideas????????

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Check if theres sensors for the fan to cut in they may need replacing.

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