Question about 2003 Chevrolet Impala
Try replacing the fan relay under the hood in the black plastic box near the firewall. Remove the cover by releasing the clips and there should be a diagram on the back side of it to help you locate the cooling fan relay(s). Pull out the correct relay with your hand and push the new one in, then try starting the engine and turn the air conditioning on high. One of the fans should turn on with the compressor but if it dos not engage, let the engine warm up and monitor the temperature gauge while you listen for the fan(s) to engage.
Posted on May 16, 2010
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