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Why Is My Diesel Engine Overheating?
Damaged Fan Clutch
One of the most common reasons why an engine overheats is a damaged or malfunctioning fan clutch. Fan clutches are responsible for engaging and disengaging your engine fan, depending on the temperature of your engine. If the clutch malfunctions, your engine will not receive adequate airflow.
A plugged radiator is another common cause of an overheating engine. The most common reason for internal plugging is due to scale and electrolysis. Another cause of a plugged radiator may be restricted airflow from plugged fins due to road debris. Common symptoms of this include overheating effects, leaks, and component failures.
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