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1994 Corsica 6 cyclinder

Car is getting hot. Fan is not working.

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  • Anonymous Oct 11, 2008

    I have same problem. But it would really help if you have corrected this problem top post pictures of the suspect socket so I can inspect it myself.

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Check the cooling fan socket, 100% melted and shorted. contact me, I have a special story for the Corsica.

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

  • Frank Chen Jul 07, 2008

    The socket is located under the hood, driver side, near the master break cylinder area, I suggest that you should check that socket first or ask your mechanic find it and fix for you. a lot of those suckets melted and cause too much electric problems.



    Do not let them put a wire instead of a fuse there, it will burn something else.



    Hope this can help you. good luck

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