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2000 buick lesabre motor fan

Coming home noticed temp going up at stop light.pulled over.coolent was moving,no leaks,oil just changed last week,rechecked was fine.I check motor temp and it got to 220 when i was still,but moving came to 189(normal).at home i noticed the coolent fans were not coming on.which relays do i change to correct this?thanks

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Under the relay cover should tell where they are. you could switch one with another next to it to diagnose. then maybe ck cooling fan itself by unplugging and powering it up manually with power and ground to connector. could even be coolant temp switch ocated on engine. is the engine lite on?

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