Fans come on but dont run very fast i stripped the ground wire going to fan and ran it to the neg on battery and then it ran fast like it should then i ran a ground strap from the motor to the body st

Asked by May 10, 2013 at 11:25 PM about the 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix 4 Dr GT Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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they're kinda cheap...alot cheaper then dinkin' with some wires~

the kit will have wires and instructions for connecting them...probably a thermal switch to get attached to the radiator too-

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Judge Roy - this is a perfect time to tell the guy to get the hose and wire brush and polish those ground connections. Fan ran slow - put ground wire on battery - fan ran fast...

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I dont understand why he didnt say that in this case. Its about 75% of his other answers.

Good point Gurus...bust out the garden hose and hose off the battery connections, and replace that ground strap if it's frayed~....just did not have my thinking cap on as these cooling fans are inexpensive-~

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