Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Am
Look around at the coolant hosing and see if you can find the thermistat housing.
If you have found the housing, there maybe a device attached to with wires. This is a Hot temperature switch. when the water in the motor get hot, it turns the fan on. If fans don't work change this switch.
Go online to Hayes.com and purchase your book for your vehicle, and it will tell you where to find that switch and other repairs for future references
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
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