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Cooling fan dosent come on when temperture rises(1996 pontiac bonneville se)

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  • tfsalas Apr 18, 2009

    where is the relay for the fan on the 1996 pontiac bonneville se

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Check the relay for the fan. switch it out with another try this then write back.

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