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My radiators fans not turning on and the car keeps running hot. what to do. 2002 jaguar xjr

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Check and make sure your coolant is full. If it is there is a a sensor screwed into the radiator unplug it and jump the wires with the key in the on position. If the fans come on the sensor needs replaced.

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Check for power at the fan where the wires plug in. If there is power replace the fan motor assembly, if there isn't double check your fuses and look for a break in the wire.

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