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1996 Lincoln Towncar

I have a problem with the fan motor blowing. It was operational and then it suddenly stopped working. Could this be a possible vaccum line problem or a fuse problem?

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Had the same problem on my 99. What I found was that the antifreeze level was low. Took me more than a galllon to fill up. After that it has worked fine.

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