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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-22-2011, 11:27 AM Thread Starter
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help on the wifes 1999 grand the cooling fan wont work i jumped the fan and that worked the 40 amp fues is good now what where do i start lookin thanks
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look for poor connections, loose plug, bad temp switch, possible bad relay in system? do you have a chiltons or haynes? the wire diagrams may help point in the right direction.
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thanks ill keep looking
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there is a realy under the right side head light that was bad y would thay hide it there you have to pull the bumper cover and head light what a pain ggggrrrrr
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glad you got it.
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There is a cheat.

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there is a realy under the right side head light that was bad y would thay hide it there you have to pull the bumper cover and head light what a pain ggggrrrrr
If you realy want to cheat and Not pull the bumper just remove the right head light and cut a small 2-3in hole and dig it out that way. I have done plenty like that. Makes the job less of a pain. Shhhhhhhhh. Its a secret.
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