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Radiator wont come on.

My car does not cool there are two fan neither works . i have checked the fuses under the hood they appear ok. there was a new water pump put on recently. what else may be the problem?

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    honeymokey May 11, 2010

    Do they work when the ac is on? They don't come on until car reaches 225 degrees with the ac off.

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Coolant temperature sensor,not the gauge sensor,plug looks like a half circle with 2 pins inside,i think the wires that plug in it is 1 yellow wire and 1 black wire...1 fan is for the air conditioning.

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