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RADIATOR FANS NOT COMMING ON CHECKED POWER TO FUSES & RELAYS. FANS OPERATE WITH 12 VOLTS. REPLACED TEMP SW & THERMOSTAT. SIGESTIONS ?

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Check the temp sensor in the radiator. It should be on the side with a couple wires coming to it. You can test it for power and then you can short it to see if the fans come on. If they come on then you can test the sensor by warming up the car with a continuity checker attached to the sensor to see if it closes or not.

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