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Old 03-06-2006, 07:01 PM   #1
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I am new to the site and I want to say , I am impressed with the Bonnevilles I have seen so far . I need to cut to the chase though . I have a 93 SSEi , and I just recently had the starter rebuilt , and replaced the battery . I now have no heat , and my electric cooling fans don't work either . I did replace the thermostat , and the dealership says they need to hook it up to a scanner to get any clue as to what might be wrong . I was wondering if anyone can offer up any kind of suggestion so I can save 60 bucks . I am currently on workers comp due to an injury at work , so money is tight for my kid and I . Thank you , Jeff Z.
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Cooling fans as in radiator fans? Check the fuses and relays under the MAXI-fuse cover on the back of the engine bay. I think the fuses are labeled. The relays are not. I think the farthest relay to the driver side is the high speed fan. The one next to it is the low speed fan. Switch them around, see what happens.
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*Moved to 92-99*
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Found the fans wouldn't come on when I got my 95. Pulling the relay out, adding dielectric grease, then putting it in and pulling back out about 4 times cleaned the connectors. It'* a magical feeling.
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