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Old 05-18-2013, 05:03 PM
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Cool Overheating

What temp should this truck run at?
Also i am getting error code p0480 for Fan 1 Control Circuit
Recently replaced the fan clutch and thermostats.. where do i start looking for this problem?
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Check the sensor for the fan and its ground. 194F is normal operating temp...unloaded.
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OK thanks check which sensor/where is it?
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Right at the fan, on top of the shroud. I would start there.
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