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:help: my 99 durango was overheating really badly, replaced water pump, fan clutch, thermostat, fan belt, bypass hose, flushed the radiator, anyway after all of that it still gets hot after about fifteen-twenty minutes sitting in the garage idling with the a/c on. fan clutch does not engage till about 230 and then stays on til about 215 then cuts out it used too never get above 210. :help:
 

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Thats a brand new fan clutch? IF so and its engaging, try replacing the coolant temp sensor. They go bad over time. It could be giving you false readings. Also if you have the money I would invest in a Viperfan kit from Sam at Socal
 

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Check your MAP sensor...just an idea!! Bad MAP sensors can fuck everything up....trust me I found that one out! Also, is your electric fan kicking in?
 

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He has a 99. No factory electric fan. Those were on the 2000's up :biggthump
 
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