Question about Buick Skylark
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Overheating 1993 Buick Skylark
it could be a fuse or fan relay, or a stuck thermostat, i will recomend to aply stright power to radiator fan to see if works, if don't replace fan and fuse, but if does, then it might be the thermostat, one very easy way to test the cooling fan system is by unpluging the coolant sensor with the car runing, if fan come on whit car runing and sensor disconected, the the system is ok, and might be a bad sensor, or stuck closed or open thermostat. please leave feedback if this take care of your problem
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
Your next step now that the fan is not an issue is to use a test light/probe to check that you have power into the fan switch and out Sounds like no power to the switch but check first.If you have power in and none out switch is suspect.Usualy this problem is fuse or relay based so pulling out the relay and swapping it for another out of your engine bay relays can isolate wether its a relay.As far as the fuse goes im sure you have checked that and if not swap with another of the same color/amp rating.If you have no joy then look to the earth cicuit,you can put your own in spliced into the original earth wire and bolt/screw to good body earth.Good luck
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
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