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I have a jetta of 1999, it warm because its fans dont work

I have a jetta of 1999, it warm because its fans don't work. what i need to do?

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You need to trouble shoot the problem, you can start by checking the fan fuse first, after that check the thermostat fan switch, and last check the fan itself by connecting it directly to the battery and see if it's working, the two first ones are the most likely ones to happen.

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