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Replaced fan twice and it still wont run

We just got a 95 tbird lx from uncle and never had a overheating problem til last few weeks. we have replaced cooling fan twice and same problem, the fan not coming on at all

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Check the temp sensor on the lower radiator hose. Have it tested by pulling the plug on the sensor. It is located at the end of the hose towards the engine. If you pull out the plug the fan should go on. If the fan turns on you may need to replace the temp sensor. If it does not turn on check the relay usually found in the small plastic boxes under the hood. The cover of the boxes usually has a diagram to tell what the components are.

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Check the fan switch and termostat, check for relay signal and fuses.

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