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Asked by Oct 08, 2009 at 06:35 PM about the 2004 Chevrolet SSR

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I just bought this 2004 SSR and motor is running hot... fan does not come on at all. Temp sensor or fan? Where is relay located?

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I would say most likely a sensor, you can put a direct power source to test the fan. there is usually a temp sensor and temp switch one sends a temp to your dash and one clicks on the fan

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I put direct power source to the fan and it did not work. Thanks

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The relays are on the Right side as Looking under hood. Beside upper Radiator Hose. But the Problem is with the Program. I replaced Cooling fan & Radiator with a Aftermarket Fan & bought a Predator Tune. Must Flush Cooling system completely. Fill with Dexcool to keep the Antifreeze from eating up Aluminum. The fill & expel all air in Cooling system. I had to remove the Intake heating hose & squeeze the upper hose to get all air out.

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Also check that the Speedometer is functioning properly. Get a OBD-II Tester to check Trouble codes & that the wiring to Fan is not Shorted or Melted. Mine was. Had to run New wires & connector for Fan

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