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Cooling fans not coming on 2001 chevy venture,replaced relays an dchecked fuses, fans with 12v wired straight runs, and temp gauge seems to be correct. A/C request would turn the one fan on at first but now it wont work either.

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I have run into one with similar issue, open the bottom of the fuse box assembly and look for fried wiring under where the relays mount.

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SOURCE: i have changed the relays and fuses checked

replace coolant sensor connector?if so can u get a thermo lazer gun to check the block temp? this will tell u if the gauge is incorect,,,go ahead a bleed all the air out of cooling system and see if that does the trick

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SOURCE: 2001 Chevy Venture Cooling Fans always running on high

Check ur temp sensor the plug it's not plug to it or its bad

Posted on Feb 13, 2013

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