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You have four possible problems. Fuse, fan motor, fan switch, or fan speed controller. The first step is to check your fuses. Actually pull the fuses for the climate control out and look at them (sometimes cracks and end corrosion don't show up until you remove the fuse). Your next step is to run the car with the A/C fan set to high and use a multimeter to check for power and ground at the blower motor. After that I need an answer to the following question diagnosis can go any further. Does your car have knobs for the climate control system or a vertical row of buttons?
Remove the radiator cap, add coolant until radiator is full, start vehicle, run until fans come on topping of coolant as necessary, replace the radiator cap.
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autozone usually has a fan clutch loaner tool set, however in a pinch a strap wrench can hold the pulley and then you have room to fit a decent size crescent wrench. In a hurry you can use an air hammer on an edge (of the nut) going counterclockwise, they also make a neat tool that does basically the same thing, might take a few tries but you will get it.
YOU NEED TO TAKE IT OUT FROM THE BOTTOM REMOVE PLASTIC SHROUD THEN DRIAN AND PULL LOWER RADIATOR HOSE FROM RADIATOR AND THE REST IS PRETTY SELF EXPLANATORY MAKE SURE YOU BUY THE CLIPS FOR THE WIRRING BEFORE YOU EVEN START