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I have a 200 crown vic, my problem is with the fan. It is not turning on. I hot wired it and it worked great, but for some reason it will not kick on at all unless I hot wire it. What could be going wrong? What alternatives do I have?

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First off make sure that the relay for the fan is operational. Is the engine light on? Get the codes scanned at your local parts store. One alternative that I do not recommend, unless nothing else works, is to mount a switch on the dash and connect it to a power wire and the fan. Then you can manually turn the fan on and off but tends to be a pain in the **** and hurts resale value because nobody else is going to want to deal with that. Try to fix it right before you "rig" something up.

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