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Yes , I have a 2001 ford focus 2.0 DOHC auto trans.. it's been heating up on me I have replaced water pump , cracked Thermstat housing, Termastat, hoses that were leaking, clamps .. I notice that my fans don't kick they kick on when car is already hot almost.wanting to stall ...I even replaced the cylinder temperature sensor.. fuses are good.. I don't knew how to test relay

My car has 110234 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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