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I have a 2000 Pontiac grand am i get a reading of P0480?? Please help

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P0480 has to do with cooling fan relay, fuse, circuit or the fan it self, start car, turn on A/C the cooling fan should come on with a/c on and car in park engine at idle RPM. If it don't then you will have to troubleshoot and find out what has failed.

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