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The cooling fan isn't coming on and the car keeps running hot

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With the car running and hot, pull the connector off the fan and use a test light to see if there is voltage at the fan connector. If there is voltage, replace fan. If there is no voltage, find the fuse and relay in the relay box there under the hood, Check the fuse and try swapping the relay with another similar relay. Also use your test light to check for voltage on the terminals in the socket. There should be 2 hot terminals when the engine is running and hot. If not (only one hot terminal), the control module is not turning the fan on. If there are 2 hot terminals to the relay but no voltage at the fan connector, replace the relay. If you have questions, please reply.

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