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How do u change fan relays on a 92 seville 4.9l.

Because when the car is running the fans will come on at all. When I turn the car on the on the fans still will come on at all. And temp will go up to 225 degrees and the fans still will not come on. So I think it may be the fan relays. Can u help. Thanks a lot

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The fan relays are in with the other relays in the relay box,check the coolant sensor,or just replace it.If you turn on the ac,will the fans come on?If so,the relays are sure the coolant level is fine,and there is no air in the cooling system.This,along with the coolant sensor are the main causes for this problem.Is the cooling fan fuse good? I hope this will help you.

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