Guys, I have a 2000 Gen 1. The hydraulic fan was replaced in November with a 3,000 CFM electric fan (cant remember the brand name.) When it got warm in April, the car started overheating again. I found that the only way to keep the car cool was to either be moving at highway speeds, or to have the heater on full blast. I thought that the 3,000 CFM fan might not be enough for summer heat, so I just swapped it out with the 2003-2004 electric fan that Ford went with (see Oddball's electric fan conversion.) This fan blows about double or triple the air that the other fan blows, although I can't find the CFM rating. Long-story-short -- The car still overheats. I did today find that the plastic cap for antifreeze refill had a very slight bubble leak, but I epoxy-ed that and now its sealed, but still overheats. At the moment, I am at a loss. Not sure what I should check next. The car runs fine for the first 15-20 minutes, then it jumps to 3/4-hot, then it jumps to all the way hot with a temperature light. Then it boils over. The radiator is clear of debris for the most part. Any suggestions??? Thanks!