Question about Pontiac Sunbird
Check fan fuse,if ok conect batt. volt.to fan,if not working,remove bolts from fan shroud and slide fan assembly out,undo motor from assembly.but if fan works,unplug coolant sensor,if fan starts,its the sensor,if it doesnt,check relay and circuit.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
First check if the motor is bad.We ran a hot wire from hot to hot on battery.The fan kicked on.Ours was an inline fuse so ran wire from the positive wire on fan to a wire (hot) to key switch.This way you turn on the key and fan comes on
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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