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I have a 99 Grand Am and the two fuse boxes I know of in it are located in engine compartment on drivers side and the second fuse panel is in the car as you are sitting behind the wheel, left side of dash is a panel to open. Hope this helps. Usually they have diagrams on the inside cover to tell you what they go to.
Can you jumper the relay to make the fans run ? The computer sends a ground to the relay to power the fans when the coolant temp reaches 220 degrees or when the ac pressure reaches 200 psi on the high side.
The cooling fan can be run through a self diagnostic by a dealer using a special tool called a scanner, it will then deliver back to the tech what is found, this can be any number of things, the fan motor wiring to it or the controller for the fan. Guessing is not an option and if you keep overheating this engine you will shortly need a new one.
Check the cooling fan fuse,and relay,if they seem to be fine,make sure the fan is good,and change the coolant sensor,and see that there is enough coolant in the system and the thermostat has been changed,and there is no air in the coolant system,bleed it out.
It's under the hood, on the driver's side, under a square, black box with a lightning symbol on it. Loosen the flower-shaped screw that holds the lid of the box down, remove the lid, flip it upside down and when you look at the inside of the lid, you'll see a map of all your car's fuses. There's also a fuse diagram on the very end of the dash, but it's accessible only when you open the driver's side door. When you're driving, that end of the dash is blocked by the closed door.
Above is the diagram for a 4 cylinder. It appears that you might have a fusible link which looks like a regular wire instead of a regular fuse. If you have A/C on your car you can turn it on and this automatically should turn the cooling fan on. If I remember correctly these cars have problems with the Coolant temperature sensor located near the thermostat. It will have one yellow wire going to it. You can also try to swap the cooling fan relay with the horn relay or another relay that looks similar under the fuse block. There should be a diagram of the fuses and relays under the cover. Try with the engine off and key out try to turn the fan by hand. If it does not move freely the cooling fan motor is bad. Other than that you will have to bring to a shop to have the circuits tested... Good luck.