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Radiator fan and a/c fan are not comeing on?

My car over heated but I did not notice until the car shut off as I was getting off the freeway. After the car cooled down some hours later, I tried to start and the car started and ran but, I noticed that the fans were not coming on

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Chances are your fan relay is bad,the temp sensor is bad or you fan motors are pad. first the relays are the problem 80% of the time so iw ould check those first it's located ina fuse box under the hood or the dash.

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replace it & al should be A OK !!
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