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HELP PLEASE my 1999 chevy cavalier is over heating all the time i just put in a new censor and that helped a little bit the fan does not turn on when the car over heats but when you turn on the air the fan does turn on what could be the problem please help

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    over heating and the fan won't run



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Get your thermostat fixed thats why your car is overheating.

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Really i couldent tell u but what i can tell u y the fans kick on its a defalut senser forthe heater what u could do is run a 12 gauge wire from the fans to the inside of the car and put it on a kill swicth and let me no how that works

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