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Its only about 85 right now in Ohio and my truck is running around 204 to 212 with the fan kicking on and off as needed with the ac on. For the first half hour or so it was fine running in the 190's. Could my radiator be clogged which makes it run hotter or am I worrying for nothing. The truck has a new oil cooler and the temps stay between 5-10 different. My intake air temp was above 100 degrees. Should I replace it or not?
 

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If that doesn't work you could try a fan clutch that is used when a snow plow blade is used. They move more air at lower RPMs.
 

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head gaskets good? thats what mine did when the heads blew
 

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Make sure you don't have a rats nest or debris blocking the radiator. Actually had a guy i know given a head gasket diagnosis when all he needed to do was to remove the debris that had accumulated in front of his radiator.
 
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