Question about 1997 Pontiac Bonneville
It may not be a fuse, first thing I think of is the thermostat. It may not be sensing the temperature rising any longer and therefor not turning the fans on. The thermostat is often screwed into the cooling system in at or near the water pump, or the radiator. You can find it by following the wires from the fans. They should lead to the thermostat.
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