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1994 buick roadmaster station wagon secondary cooling fan will not come on when air turned on/fan and fuses test good/what is problem?/fan has worked fine in past/swapped #1 fan relay with #2 relay in underhood fuse panel and trouble stayed with fan #2/is there a fan relay switch for secondary fan somewhere else in car?or maybe another fuse?

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SOURCE: I am looking for a 1994 roadmaster wagon underhood

look for a caprice, impala or cadillac box. they are all the same from 91 to 96

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