Radiator fans

Asked by May 30, 2014 at 09:26 AM about the 2000 Buick Century Custom Sedan FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My radiator fans not working.  Replaced all 3 relays, checked fuses.  Hooked directly to the battery, both fans work.  What next?

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Check temperture sending unit.it tells the relays when to cut on.

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This self diagnosis question has come up before, I found 2 you tube videos that run you through this with little instruction videos. If I could find them. using google then so can you. I probably searched something like: auto cooling fan repair (or something like that)

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P.S.- I tried to put all the steps into words before; but, my explanation got too wordy ; it is easy to stand beside you and point at what I want you to do but harder in just words with no pictures, The videos were both quite complete.

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Why my Buick gets hot could it be the fuses or they don't work

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