Question about 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier
Look on your radiator and you should find a "bolt" head, about 20mm, with 2 wires plugged into it.
This is the fan thermo switch, with the ignition on, but engine not running, connect these wires together by shorting a screwdriver accross and the fan should cut in.
If the fan works, then the switch needs replacing, just unscrew and replace.
If the fan doesn't work then there is a problem further into the circuit, fuse, relay or broken wire.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
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