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The fan its not turning on? So it over heats..

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Check the relay in the fan shroud on the passenger's side. It just happens to be in a location that is subject to getting wet if the car overheats. It's just under the coolant bottle and clips into the shroud. The side you should see has a 2 wire plug. The inner side has a thermal coil that tells the fan it's time to come on.

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