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Car overheated. Replaced Thermostat & cooling fans-now ac not wk

Car overheated. We replaced the thermostat and saw that the cooling fans didn't work. So, we checked the motors and saw that both were bad, so we replaced them. Now the ac doesn't work and the fans never kick on.

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Try the water pump..we are replacing ours in the morning.

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Change the fan relay on drivers side near the strut tower!

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