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If the fuses are ok. You need to replace the fan resistor block located on the passenger side upper firewall. There will about 5 wires going to it. This is a push in unit that is spring loaded, to remove and inspect you will need to puch in the 2 clips from the either side of this block. These cost about $15.00 from your local dealer.

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Check the fuses, relays. If all fuses and relays are good, either the fan switch (located in the cooling system) or the fan motor are bad.

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