Question about 1997 Oldsmobile Aurora
First check all your fuses in both the under hood (60 amp) and right rear (10 amp) fuse blocks. Remove the low speed fan relay (in the under hood fuse box) and install a jumper across terminals #30 & #87. These are not marked on the box, but you will find these numbers identifying these terminals. With power at the #30 terminal, installing the jumper wire will send power directly to the primary fan. The fan should now run, if it doesn't, check it's ground wire, if that's OK, replace the fan.
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