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Intermittent overheating problem, 1996 dodge intrepid. New waterpump installed, new termostat installed, temp. sensor replaced , new overflow bottle with new pressure cap, all hoses replaced, system flushed, airpurge valve bleed.what's going on

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    2001 dodge intrepid, going down highway,stopped at stop sign, started overheating. the fan was not working WHAT IS THE PROBLEM

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The relay. There is a black box on the right hand side of the engine at the top corner. It encloses all the relays. Make sure you are looking at the diagram well. Exchange the relays and remove the wiper relays and exchange them with the radiator fan relays. Start the engine, run it for 5 mins and see if they kick-start.

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