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Cooling fan is not working

I took my Sonata 2.0, GLS, 1998 to my mechanic and he said the cooling fan (behind the radiator) is not working because there is an electrical failure somewhere. What could it be? Is there I can get electrical wiring schematic from you?

He thinks power is not reaching somewhere to make the cooling fan work.

I shall very much appreciate your answer.

Yours faithfully,

Roberto Alvarez
roalpi@gmail.com
Antofagasta
Chile

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but do not skeep any recomendation starting with the radiator cap.

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