Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX fans are working ok normal overheating diagnostics would apply.
When is the last time you have changed out the coolatnt? If it's been a while it might be time to replace the thermostat and flush out the system.
The thermostat is designed is spring loaded and opens when a certain temperautre is met. IF the thermostat is sticking it can open late or not at all causing an overheating problem.
Old coolant can rust in the cooling system and damage cooling system componets.
Try this next, if the vehicle still overheats we will look at a possible water pump, radiator and then head gasket possibilities. Usually it doesn't get that far.
1. Drain cooling system below level of upper radiator hose.
2. Remove upper radiator hose, then the retaining bolts from thermostat housing.
3. Remove housing and thermostat as an assembly, discarding old gasket. Clean sealing surfaces with gasket scraper. Ensure not to gouge aluminum surfaces as these gouges may form leaks.
1. Install thermostat into housing, ensuring jiggle valve is up in relation to housing.
2. Position gasket onto housing using bolts as holding device, then install housing assembly and retaining bolts.
3. Install upper radiator hose.
4. Fill and bleed cooling system with recommended amount and mixture.
5. Start engine and inspect for leaks.