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Your GMC Suburban engine won't remain cool while you are driving without many different parts working together, and like a house of cards when one goes down they all fail. A very important one is the cooling fan assembly, and it will kick on after a temperature sensor detects the coolant is getting too hot. You might notice your GMC Suburban cooling fan assembly usually turns on when you are stopped or driving slowly; this is because there is not enough airflow into the radiator to lower the coolant temperature. As the cooling fan pulls air through the metal fins of your radiator, the coolant inside the core loses its heat and then exits out the lower radiator hose and goes back to the engine.
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