Question about 2004 GMC Savana
Possible open in the ground lead. Repair the open ground to the fan.
Checking input battery power. While still jumped from step 1, use a test light or a multimeter and probe pins A or B (the terminal on the lower part of figure 4.) one at a time with the other lead to body ground. Do you see voltage?
The final step in electrical troubleshooting. Female radiator fan relay terminal:
Figure 1.2 Basic Honda diagram with no timer.
Step 3e. Checking for a bad cooling system wiring and for bad components by using a process of elimination. First make sure you've tested the fan and it works. This is your final stage in troubleshooting for cars with a relay.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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