Question about 1999 Cadillac DeVille
I just bought the car and I believe the radiator cooling fans are not kicking in and the engine overheats when it idles and I'm at a red light. I checked the fuse for the fans and seems to be ok. The wiring to the fans don't seem to be factory wiring. I found a wire that is not connected to anything but I'm not sure if it links into the fan's wiring.
Every thing that is electric needs a power and a ground if running a new wire to the fans i would prefer you to use a inline fuse this will keep the wire from catching on fire. u could run the power wire to a fuse that is ignition switch 1,2,3 one of these will work so when u turn the key they kick on. also the ground could be a bolt on the bottom of vehicle. use a test light and see if that wire hanging down is a power wire. hope this helps
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