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Over heats the left fan does not come on and the right one does. i switched the wires from one fan to the other and the left fan came on but the right one did not. any hint on what to look for

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Relays, electrical relays, check each and every one leading to your fan and if every thing is good and working ,well ! your fan aint!

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