Question about 1996 Plymouth Breeze
Posted by Anonymous on
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Have you tested the cooling fan itself? If not then I suggest that you pull out the fan, tap a wire one on the negative battery and other to the positive battery terminal. Tap it to the connector of the fan motor, if it doesn't run then you will need to replace the cooling fan itself. Faulty cooling fan motor can be the issue here and will surely need replacement.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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