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One of the Electric fans does not come on again & Car is overheat

One of the Electric fans does not come on again and when I put on the AirConditioner the car was overheating

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Sounds like your condenser fan is not running (it runs when the AC is running).
First, check your fan relays: there are two or them in your under hood fuse/relay box. They are the two larger rectangles separated by fuses 16 and 13. The one of the left is your condenser fan relay (the fan, I think, which is not running) and the one on the right is your radiator fan relay.
After that it's a matter of checking the fan switches which involves disconnecting them and connecting them directly to the battery, which you probably want someone else to do for you (although the connector, where you would test the fans, is on top, the fan switch is on the bottom of the fans).
Hope this gets you started on a fix.

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