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My cooling fan does not turn on. Ive checked all of the fuses and none of them are burnt.

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  • gonzois9 Jul 10, 2010

    My apologies, I meant my interior cooling fan was not turning on. Could it be a relay?

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Most likely your problem is that you have a faulty heat sensor. You will need to get a mechanic to check the electrical system to the fan because it is possible to short the system if you do it incorrectly.

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  • Lamar Elmore Jul 10, 2010

    It could still be a relay, I would have it put on a diagnostic machine.

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