Question about 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt
It's just a direct wire to the relay. The way the system works is the engine temperature sensor signal the ECM which signal the Relay. The relay is direct to the fans and the fuse. The Relay and is also controlled by the by pass switch from the A/C unit which sends signal to the Relay and from Relay to fans direct to battery and fuse. Hope this helps. If your still not getting the fans to work, check the ground wire and then try running a direct wire from the Battery. If it's works then replace the relay if the fan does not work with the direct wire, replace the fans. Good luck and hope this helps.
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