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2006 nissan maxima radiator fans not kicking on/overheating

Any ideas on possible fan thermostat /fuse etc.

where on this machine are they located?

Any diagrams or pictures?

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CHECK THE FUSE BOX ON THE DRIVER SIDE UNDER THE HOOD. CAN BE EITHER YOUR COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR NOT WORKING TO LET THE FANS KNOW TO TURN ON OR YOUR THERMOSTAT IS STUCK CLOSE OR THE FUSE FOR THE FAN MAY NEED TO BE REPLACED.

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