Question about 2001 Saturn S-Series
There is a two wire connector going to the fan. My first step would be to isolate the fan by disconnecting that connector and jump the fan directly to the battery. If it spins, then the fan is good and your problem is elsewhere. Next find the fuse box, there are two and their locations are in your manual. Find the fuse/relay for that fan and eyeball the fuse for defect or replace the relay with one from autozone. If that is not it, then there is a temp sensor screwed into the head which sends the signal to turn on the fan. I think you have an ecotec and my advice is based on my early 1.9 L4 experience. There are two temp sensors, make sure you are replacing the right one and note the wiring plugs are actually different on each sensor. I have seen more than one ham fisted guy plug those on backwards.
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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