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1999 olds intrique where the fan senser?

1999 olds intrique where is the fan senser? fans does not seem to be coming on at any temp?

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  • jalone89x Mar 12, 2009

    ok, will check that out, thank you very much, jv



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The temperature sensor is what usually tells the fan to power on, it should be located near the thermostat in the cooling line, it would be a good idea to check the fuses first and the fan relay.

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