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On my Chrysler pacifica my car radiator fan won't turn on

I notice that my car radiator fan was not working,I put in a new fuse and a new really but it still not working what can it be.

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A temperature sensor in the system that tells the fan to start.

Posted on Apr 19, 2015

Testimonial: "Well I put in the temperature sensor that what it needed, fan working okay"

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