Question about 2002 GMC Sonoma Extended Cab
I'm assuming that you're talking about the engine cooling fan. I'm assuming that this vehicle has an electric engine cooling fan.. I'm also assuming that you know the fan isn't working properly because the vehicle begins to overheat when at a stop or moving very slowly or climbing a mountain, but seems to be alright cruising down a regular highway. If I'm correct in these assumptions, you just about HAVE TO take it into your friendly mechanic shop.... You need them to determine if your problem is a fan motor, a switch, or some other related gadgetry.. NOW, if you've been talking about the fan in your heater and air conditioner.., please disregard all of my previous questions and comments.... except when I advised you to take it to a shop.. You're still going to need to do that. Good luck...
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