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There are several relays for the fans Low speed relay, high speed relay, and the A/C relay. Check to see if they operate in any of these modes.

There is one fuse for each fan, usually in the Maxi fuse relay center on the firewall.

Make sure you have continuity through both fans with a DVOM as both fans might be bad. Them use it to see if you are getting power to the fans, as well as ground.

Posted on Oct 23, 2013

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