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Engine cooling, cabin heat

This is a discussion on Engine cooling, cabin heat within the Engines, Drivelines, and Maintenance forums, part of the Can-Am Commander UTV Garage category; I took my 2012 commander out Saturday for the second time and it's overheating badly and the cab is extremely hot. I'm planning on flushing the radiator and putting fresh ...


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    I took my 2012 commander out Saturday for the second time and it's overheating badly and the cab is extremely hot. I'm planning on flushing the radiator and putting fresh coolant in it, and was wondering if I should change the thermostat or just delete it...I live in WV, and wondered about the delete, and if it would be good or bad?

    What about radiator relocation? Trying to figure out what to do about that and the cab heat!

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    hello, I have the same utv and with the same problem but it gives me a message of engine anomaly, casually I am looking for the source of said failure, does it give you the same message?

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    I've noticed you haven't gotten any recent replies, I've talked to a few other owners who have put a cooling fan override switch in. It apparently helps keep the engine from getting really hot to begin with. This may not be your problem but i'd be interested in knowing if someone has tried this. I don't currently have an overheating problem, but with the ambient air temp being in the high 90's to over 100, things get warm fast. Thought being to run the fan continuously when under load might help. Any thoughts??

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