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1996 Grand Prix SE, cooling fans inop

1996 Grand Prix SE, Ihave a problem with my cooling fans not working.The temp goes to 234 and they dont kick on I have to turn the heat on to get the temp to come down.I replaced the water pump,radiator,thermostat,and fan switch and the still dont work.I tested the fans manualy and I put my snap on modis on the car and tested the fans and they work.Is there something else that Ive missed?

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Try the fuse,if not that the wiring is bad from the fan to the switch.

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