Question about 1987 Pontiac Firebird
There is fuse and a relay for the cooling fan.just turn ignition on and test all the fuses(some fuses will only work with the system on like headlights/tail lights).check the relay in the relay box(panel)under the hood.you may have a bad cooling fan,you don`t say why your checking the fuse.if you unplug the connector at the cooling fan and jumper a ground wire and power wire it should work.if not then you need a cooling fan motor or assembly.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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