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The fan goes on at about 215-217 deg F. The temp. keeps rising up to about 218-219 F while the fan is working and after that the temp. starts dropping down to 215 F and stays there with the fan working. The ambient temp. was about 82 F /about 28 deg C/.If I keep the RPMs just a little higher, the temp. keeps rising

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

To my understanding, the cooling fan is activated by the ECM. This is done by switching the yellow/black wire to ground. The activation is triggered by the coolant temperature sensor that feeds signals to the ECM. Ideas to consider:

  • verify integrity of connections of coolant temperature sensor (purple/black & purple/green wires) to the ECM;
  • check, clean or replace the coolant temperature sensor itself;
  • bypass ECM and install a manual override switch plus dual reverse protection diode on the 2 yellow/black wires from the cooling fan wire connector.

Good luck and thank you for asking FixYa.

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