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Cooling fans are not running 2001 mitsubishi

2001 mitsubishi galant radiator fans are not working

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Check if your fuse is blown! If not have the wires tested that run into your fan if there ok and show power then your fan needs replaced! Please give me a thumbs up if this helped! Thanks

Posted on Sep 24, 2009

  • boxmail4 Dec 30, 2014

    You say to check if fan fuse is blown, where exactly is that fuse located for a 2001 mitsubishi galant?



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