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About 3 months ago i was at a friends house outside i had left my car on idle for about 10mins wen i walk baq to my car i go to show my friends my new angle eyes so i go open the hood once i do all my antifreeze brusts out of my car i rush and turn it off ...... story goes on etc ! my problem is that took my car to the shop and got it fixed new radiator, new fan clutch ,flushed the system , new water pump . Car waz fine till last week i get to work and i idle for about 5 min to get a smoke what do i see my temp bout to be on the red , but car is fine while driving ......do i need a new fan clutch ?????



Is there any upgrade for the fan /fan clutch i can do electric something !!!
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Checking the fan can't hurt. Are you sure all the air was bled out of the system when it was refilled?

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Checking the fan can't hurt. Are you sure all the air was bled out of the system when it was refilled?
i told them to make sure of that !!
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stuck thermostat? blown hose you missed to see?
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