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Ok so I am on my phone and can't search so no flack

I have been overheating in traffic so I have taken a few actions

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New radiator
And I am going to flush and fill

My question is I took a look today and the radiator fans were not moving. I turned he ac button and still not on. The plugs seemed to be plugged in. What else should I check? Is there a specific fuse or relay?

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do you know where they are located?
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And how To tell if they are bad?
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Ok so the 2 fuses are good, I can't get the resistors out tho. Any idea how to get them out? Or where to get new ones
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You can test by turning your A/C on to full. When you do so the fans should both kick on. If they do not, then you know that the resistor is most likely the culprit.
 

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Ok so I am on my phone and can't search so no flack

I have been overheating in traffic so I have taken a few actions

Wrapped header
New radiator
And I am going to flush and fill

My question is I took a look today and the radiator fans were not moving. I turned he ac button and still not on. The plugs seemed to be plugged in. What else should I check? Is there a specific fuse or relay?

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with that flush and fill ones enough and your good to go for 5 years
 
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