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Old 08-06-2012, 10:19 PM   #1
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Question Overheating/Fan Question

I have a 1996 Firebird I have replaced the temp sensor and the fan relay. The fans work when wired directly to the battery however, they will not come on when needed. I have turned on both AC and heater the internal blower works fine, but the radiator fans will still not work. The flow of coolant is good. Any suggestions as to what could be the problem.
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Update: I have replaced the Temp sensor, and relays. Still fans will not come on. Took new sensor back incase it was bad, put second new sensor in, still nothing...

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Fuses checked and all are Good.
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Ya Sounds like +12 isn't getting there. You've done the obvous. Theres a break somewere. Heck I even found a relay socket fail in the machines I work on. Moisture damage. Time to signal trace. I'd jump the sensor wires together so It's calling for power and trace from there.
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