Question about 1999 Saturn SL
There is a temperature switch that tells the fan when to come on, the switch is probably bad, but before you spend any money on a switch, make sure that the fuse to the cooling fan is not blown. Take it out and inspect it thoroughly. Then make sure the fan is plugged in, and that it works. You can do this by running two wire from your battery, unplugging the fan and hooking the wires that you ran from the battery up to the fan. If the fan is good, it will come on. The probability of the fan going out is slim-to-none, but it is worth a check.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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