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Fans behind radiator do not come on is there a fuse or do i have to replace them thank you

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Run a wire from the battery to the fan if it starts then it aint them,then check the fuse if thats okay,it aint that,you only have two more choices,1.is the temp sensor the other is the temp sensor relay.pick one(the cheapest is the one to go for first.....)

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