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AC fan is very slow as a resulu my transmission fulid is overflowing what is the problem

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Check the voltage at the fan when it is running..the 2 wire connector that feeds the fan motor...It should be the same as your battery charging voltage..13.8 to 14.5 VDC..If it is, replace the fan motor. If it is lower than above, Replace the fan relay.

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