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Vw passat 2002 tdi 130

My passat was kicked at the front bumper, theirs two fans 1 large on the right side and 1 small 1 on the left side the one the left side isnt working completley, my car temperature after about 3 miles runs too 130 degrees, thermostat changed still same, smells like burning but told temperature gauge is faulty because it swings back and forth when going round bends, im not sure any ideas plzz, tx

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Hi,One of the fans is the regular one , the other is an auxiliary one it should come one when you turn the air on . they must be working properly . leave the car runing with the hood open and wait till fan comes on , if it does not comes on you should have it check by a tech...good luck....

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