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I have a SAAB 93T (2003) - rad fan quit

I have a SAAB 93T (2003) - rad cooling fan quit and now when I park it anti-freeze overflows due to overheating. Is there a fuse related to this fan and which one is it?

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Edgar

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    Tested fans with SAAB tech all worked well in all stages. Turns out it was the water pump starting to leak! SAAB SAAB SAAB - oh well 131,000 on a 2003 and first big item.

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    Edgar


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I have a 2005 Saab q3t i lost my key. if i get a new key from dealership will it work or do i have to do programming and change the module as well??
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Check the cooling fan relay in engine bay.

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