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Old 02-18-2011, 08:32 PM   #1
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Overheating in Ohio

I have an 88 jeep wrangler that I put a chevy 350 in. It was overheating so I installed an aluminum 4 core radiator. It was still overheating. I put a 140 degree thermostat in. Still overheating. I put a 16 in electric fan in front of the radiator with the stock fan behind it. If it's above 70 degrees or so, it will run 210-230 degrees. Too hot for my liking. What's next? HELP!

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