Q: Fans only turn on while on freeway

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Car overheating sometimes. The fans do not kick in only when driving on the freeway. The said it could be the assembly or fan.
I have replace the fan, thermostat, module. Checked fuse. My car has 305000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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