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One Radiator Fan Not Working (Driver's Side)

We replaced the thermostat and radiator cap. It worked Ok for about 3 days and now the needed is moving up. It did not heat but only one fan
came on and also we had filled it up with antifeeze and now the fluid was really low. We put more antifeeze in today and let it run for at least 15 minutes and the fans still did not come on, even drove it down the road still the fans did not come on but the radiator cap had steam coming out.

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The fans sencer to turn on could be bad check the elecrical for the fans and make sure its good and check all fuses

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