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1998 RIVERA COOLING FANS NOT KICKING ON

I CHANGED RELAY ON FIREWALL CHECK 60AMP FUSES DID NOT CHANGE RELAYS BY RADIATOR. A/C ALSO NOT KICKING ON.

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Try to jiggle the fuses if that dosent work get second opinon

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