Question about 2002 Buick Century
An hour or two labor cost plus the cost of a new fan motor, and the shop's mark-up for the fan motor. If diagnosing of the fan circuit is called for, expect to pay more.
Save the labor costs and price of new motor by doing it yourself with a whole fan assembly from a salvage yard. Very easy to remove and replace. However, if it is not the motor at fault but a circuit fault, you will have to diagnose or pay for diagnostics, but with a known good fan motor, would be considerably less. The computer energizes the radiator fan relay to shoot power to the fan motor when needed.
Posted on Jul 16, 2013
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