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Car is overheating. Fan is not working I was told that it could be fuse under the hood. Is that correct? If so what fuse.

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That is correct, Just open the hood and should see a plastic black box. It might say fuse box right top of it. It also not very far from the battery most of the time. It will have a few tabs that should allow you to open it pretty easily. Once its open it should be labled inside what fuses are for what just look for one that says fans.

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