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96' dodge Neon 2.0

Fan wiil not engage. Fuses, tempeture guage, radiator, and the fan motor has been checked and/or replaced. Even while the car is idoled at opperating tempeture with the A/C on the fan does not engage. What do you recomend

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The fan could just be dead. To test the fan apply 12 volts DC directly to the correct wires of the fan. I just replaced a dead fan in a PT Criuser.

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