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my bird overheated last week,, my fan never came on. can't you just run a couple jumper wires to the battery to check it? like take it out and do it.. i even saw something about turning on the a.c and the fan was supposed to come on mine never did. thanks in advance..
 

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my bird overheated last week,, my fan never came on. can't you just run a couple jumper wires to the battery to check it? like take it out and do it.. i even saw something about turning on the a.c and the fan was supposed to come on mine never did. thanks in advance..
check the coolant temp sensor. they are like $7 at autozone... most likely your culprit.
 

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my bird overheated last week,, my fan never came on. can't you just run a couple jumper wires to the battery to check it? like take it out and do it..
Certainly. You can check both speeds with that method, as it's just a two-speed electric motor after all.
 

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ok,, thanks,,, i tested it today... and it did noting,, there was like 3 prongs,, i checked the end ones cause one had a + and one had a - and it did nothing either way..
 
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