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My extra fans im assuming over heat fans keep coming on!

They come on at least once or twice while driving. It does not matter wether im in tow haul or unloader regular driving. Outside temps have not been over 80 degrees here and it did it last night on the way home and it was only 67 outside. All of my stock gauges read fine its not getting hot or anything. I had all of the work done on my truck over the winter so I don't know if the coolant lines from my heads are making them come on premature or what. Also no codes and it runs great just want to catch something before it becomes a problem!

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don't forget to check your coolant level. if it's low it'll cause that for sure.

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Filled no prob there even has new coolant in it. I had a new belt put on and since they had to drain some colant I had them drain and put fresh in. Could there be an air pocket? Is there a Intake Air Temp sensor that could be bad? Making it think that it is hotter than it is?

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Well I'm no tech by any stretch but that sounds feasible, or maybe a bad thermostat?

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I put a new thermostat in in Sept of last year. Dont get it!

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Well ya got me then... I've used up all my backyard mechanic solutions...

Maybe a visit to a pro is in order.

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