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Coolling fan will not come on 2004 pontiac gt is where a fuse for it and could you tell me where it would be

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Turn on the ac all fan should come on. Fans only come on when the temperature gets passed half way on the temperature gauge. Unless your car is overheating don't mess with it.

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