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My hyundai verna"s engine cooling fan is not working. i need to find out how it is corrected & how much it costs?

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Before pay someone to fix the problem, make sure that:
Fan blades are tight with motor shaft.
Fan blades are not jammed.
The fan motor is O.K.
The fan fuse is O.K.
There is no temperature sensor code.
This will narrow the diagnosis. Hope will help.

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