Question about 2003 Buick Century
Car tries to overheat when not moving. do not hear cooling fan operation
It sounds like it may be the temp switch that turns on the fans if it don't heat up when your driving down the road and the temp stays at a normal temputure it sounds like the temp. sensor there may two on that car one for the gauge and one for the fans, But first you should check out your fans and make sure that they still work, You can check them either with a Ohms meter or you can if you don't have one of those you can try to unplug the fan and use a ground wire and a positve 12 volt power to see if the fans still work or fan depending on if you have one or two. there should be two on that car but what ever, You will find that if you do those tests you will find your problem, Which I think is the Temp sensor that turns on the fans itself. Let me know if that helps you out or if you need somemore help. I am in MI. so I can't fix it unless your in the U.P. LOL Take Care Hope It Helps You Out...
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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