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1999 Hyundai accent.the radiator fan is working intermitent.it suposse to turn on and off to keep normal temperature. but the fan dont turn on many ocasion geting motor hot. help Thanks

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Spin the fan motor (when cold and engine off) and listen for bearing noises or quick stopping. Check the electrical wiring--especially the local grounding point. Check the fan fuse and relay for looseness in their sockets. Make sure the electrical connection at the thermal sensor is tight and free of corrosion. Hope this helps find your problem.

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