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Can't locate engine cooling fan sensor 2006 Chevy cobalt

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SOURCE: 2006 chevy cobalt the engine cooling fan is not coming on

Check with warm engine and off by touching on your radiator vents whether is in all places same temperature. If not check whether you have air in the coolant which needs bleeding,or not good coolant circulation,caused either by clogged radiator,not good water pump,or faulty thermostat.By having these things it is the possibility the fan switch not getting the correct temperature to allow the fans to start. the last thing if everything is working,the possible is the fan switch itself.

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