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Radator fan doses not come on - 1998 Saturn SL

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    ZappaNut Aug 07, 2010

    Try turning the A/C on... This is a different circuit than the normal cooling fan circuit .... But it will tell you if the fan is still in good working order .... allowing us to continue diagnostics on your fan problem.

  • gondore Aug 07, 2010

    fan works with ac relay not the problem think its the tempture sending unit but cant locate

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The coolant temp sensor should be on the radiator itself.

Posted on Aug 07, 2010

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