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LOU from Wi.
Ace.I plead ignornance when it comes to your machine, however logically it seems that the fan is pulling HOT AIR from the engine, pushing it into the radiator core causing the water to boil over yet not affecting the guage reading. Like i stated I plead ignorance to the problem, and there are others on here that are a whole lot more knowledgeable then me, Hope you get the right information, regards LOU.
P.s. I either read or heard SOME of the fans can be turned from a push air to a pull air type,but which ones I can't remember,others will know.
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