Coolant on 1990 Chevrolet 3500 Pickup

My truck temperature tends to rise when go about 70 MPH. I flushed the system, replaced the thermostat and the clutch fan. I also pressure washed the radiator's fins.

by in Indianapolis, IN on September 24, 2009
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ANSWER by on September 24, 2009
Take a flashlight and stare down into your radiator ( with the coolant out ) and see if the core of your radiator is getting plugged.
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ANSWER by on April 14, 2011
She may be leaning out at 70 mph do you have a exchaust temp gauge or a turbo presser gauge?
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