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2002 mazda millinia losing coolant out the overflow tank & overhe

2002 mazda millinia is losing coolant through overflow tank and causing car to overheat. The fan on passenger side of car sounds like brg. are out when I spin with my hand. If one fan goes out will it cause the other to stop working, or is there a relay that could cause that and how do I check the relay?

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Martin, You should replace your fan motor. One fan is for ac and one is for normal driving without ac. Your car is getting to hot. Hope this helps, these fans are available aftermarket as a whole assembly. Check out ebay I have seen them on there I have a wholesale company I buy them through.

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