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1999 ford mustang 3.8liter-engine getting too hot

(1999 Ford Mustang)
in Plainview, NY on October 18, 2014
heat gauge goes all the way up fan electric fan doesn't go on . checked fuse under hood got continuity when touching both prongs. turn heat on after this and cool air blows .can I have athermostat prob and a fan prob or if thermostat doesn't open it wont turn on fan?
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on October 18, 2014
System diagram and testing would need to be done , to find the source.
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on July 26, 2018
I believe your electric cooling fan is bad - I think if you jump the switch contacts on the switch it should go on - the main thermostat for the engine does not turn on the electric cooling fan. I almost blew my engine trying to limp home with a bad electric cooling fan, as it caused the upper rad hose to burst - which I bandaged - then it burst again right next to the bandage within a mile or so -
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