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I have a 2000 hyundi alontra and if i let it idile it starts to oveerr heat about 15 min later can it be the fan fuse or what should i look into?

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You can check the fuse, that's always the easiest thing to do first. If the fuse is good and the fan is not working, it's probably a bad temperature sensor. Those are easy to replace, they just screw into the radiator, usually on the bottom.

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