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My 1995 buick century 4 door v6 3.1 is over

My 1995 buick century 4 door v6 3.1 is over heating i got a new water pump and a thermostate and the fan dont come on why its over heating

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Howdie check the fuse for the fan unless then the coolant sensor is gone then replace it check power to the fan unplug it srr if ya have Power tooo it

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You need to change the "Coolant Temperature Sensor". That usually controls the fan. If the fan does not run, you will overheat.

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