Question about 1996 Saturn SL
Unplug the coolant temperature connector on the side of the engine above the transmission. Place a jumper wire on the connector that you unplugged. Now, turn the key to run position, don't start the engine though. Listen to see if the fan runs at this point. If it does, this shows that it is capable of running. If it doesn't, you will need to unplug the connector at the fan and supply voltage from the battery to both terminals going to the fan motor. If it doesn't run at this point, replace the fan. Keep in mind that on the Saturns the fan often doesn't come on until the temperature gage is over the half way mark at about 5/8 of the way.
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
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