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First check fan fuse and relay if they are good then the coolant temperature sensor could be faulty.You can cross the two wires going to coolant temperature sensor and if the fan comes on then the coolant sensor is faulty.Make sure the ignition switch is on when you cross the two wires.
Posted on Oct 25, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it's the blower motor resistor , it's behind the glove compartment, just make sure you disconect the neg. for battery first, open the glove comp. and pull the rubber stops towars the center so you can let the glove comp. hang all the way to the floor , the resistor it's in front of you, disconect the two conectors there's one big with 6 0r 8 wires coming out and another with only two, take them out by pressing on the side of each one, remove it , put the new one on , conect the battery and your done. it's about $ 13.00 at o'riellys auto parts .
I hope this fix yor problem.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
the cooling fan relay is not in the fuse box.
it is a solid state relay bolted to the radiator core support just behind the bumper
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
Remove the cover plate on the passenger side of the heater box, 3-4 screws.
Unplug the motor assembly, remove 3-4 more screws that hold the motor in place and pull it down from its position. Get an aftermarket motor and installed it in the original housing with the original squirrel cage.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
I expect the is should do it for you.
There has been issues with the solder joints on the PIN connection to the gauge cluster. The issue being that over time thru vibration and such one of these solder joints will fail (happened on or 1999) you can repair this though. You will have to remove all of the trim from around the driver's side dash board, this will include the trim towards the center of the dash. Once these pieces are remove you'll need to remove the gauge panel (I believe (4) allen head screws) carefully bring the panel and release the wire clip from it. Looking at the back of the panel, where the plug was, carefully with plenty of light look for one of the pins to have a failed solder joint. It will be very faint however the failed joint will be a fine dark line around the pin. To correct use a small soldering iron and reheat this solder until it wants to flow, let it cool and reassemble.
I hope this may have helped,
PS: I have helped several persons with this issue, please review my profile; good luck with it (also often times with this issue the ABS light stays on)
Posted on May 21, 2010
RADIATOR FAN RELAY
The radiator fan relay is located below the left front headlamp module Radiator Fan Relay The headlamp module must be removed to access the relay.
Open hood, disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.
Remove the left side headlamp bulb from the headlamp housing.
Remove the left headlamp module.
Remove the cover over the relay.
Disconnect the relay connector Radiator Fan Relay
Carefully drill out the two retaining rivets.
Remove relay from vehicle.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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