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Car start to overheat in idle, radiator fan not cutting on.

Should i replace fan, or is their a fuse to replace?

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  • wes smalley May 11, 2010

    hi im wes is your fan coming on? if not there is a fan relay and also a coolant temp switch that could cause the fan to not come on i can look tomorro and let you know how to tell if the relay is working.

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Check to make sure the fan is getting power when the motor is warmed up. If it gets power, needs a new fan motor. If not, possible problem with the relay, fuse, temp sensor, or computer.

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