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The fan doesn't turn so I think the motor for the fan is shot. Where can I get a new assembly ?

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Huck up jumper wires from the battery directly to the fan, if fan is good it wlll start. I just got done dealing with that problem. Mine turned out the fan didn't work I got another fan assembly at my local junk yard for $30.00 If you feel better hook up a test lightto one of the fan terminals and a ground to the other the light should light up if not the fan is junck

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It is very unlikely that the fan motor is bad. Check the fan relay which is located in the engine bay on either the left or right side. That is a lot cheaper than what you will pay for an assembly ($100 or more) which may not fix your problem. Call or go to your local auto parts store and ask for a cooling fan relay for your vehicle. That is a good place to start.

Posted on May 27, 2010

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