Question about Cooling System for Chevrolet SSR
If it's not the fuse, the fan thermostat may have gone bad. This is a separate thermostat from the radiator coolant system thermostat even though it contacts the coolant. See if there is an accumulation of minerals on the coolant side of the thermostat. Cleaning it off may help. Depending on the setup, the voltage or resistance of the thermostat changes significantly at the specified temperature.
Posted on Jun 29, 2015
Blower motor may need a fuse ,,check your fuse panel
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