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Radiator fan after a few minutes my car will over heat horribly people have looked at my car. We thought it was the therostat but it is not that we replaced it. Then come to find out my fan is not turning on at all.

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Run a wire from the battery to the fan if its runs then its the fan relay/fuse.

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