Question about Oldsmobile Alero
The fan mode relay is the most likely problem,the other two relays use it to come on when needed,replace that relay,and see what happens,this should fix the problem,also,do not go by looking at the fuses by eye,use a test light,auto parts store sell them for about 4 dollars,cheap,clip the clip to a good known ground,turn the key on,and headlights on,and use the tip of the test light to check the fuses,touch both sides of the fuse you are testing,and the test light will light up on both sides if the fuse is good,if it is blown,only one side will light the test light.It is better way of testing the fuses,cause sometimes the fuse looks good,and is not.
Posted on May 28, 2010
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