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  • vito_neal Dec 22, 2008

    My fan is not coming on car is running hot while sitting still.Changed all the fuses ran wires to the fan fan worked so it's not the motor need to know what else it can be?thanks

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Timmi400: Check the following:
1) Connection to fan for broken or corroded connector.
2) Check owners manual for fuse controlling the fan.
3) Disconnect fan and put an OHM meter across the fan leads. I should be almost complete short. If no reading at all then the fan is toasted.

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