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Car over heating a little.

Cooling fan on my cobalt won`t start.

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There is a coolant sensor located in the cylinder head, bring it to a local dealer and they can point out the sensor that needs to be replaced. you will need to drain some of the coolant to replace the sensor.

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Check power to the fan , replace fan

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