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wiring or fuse location for radiator fan

The electric fan motor to cool the radiator is not coming on. I unplugged the battery cables and cleaned them and now I have no electric cooling fan. Can somebody tell me where the fuses are to this or what might be the problem.
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Fan Fried!

Was sitting parked with AC on, when I see smoke coming out from under hood and smell plastic burning. When I check to see whats up I find the the wiring harness where it connects to the cooling fan sizzling and smoking. I unplugged the harness to avoid any other shorts. Gonna take into the stealer tomorrow. Has anyone else had any issues with the cooling fan??
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Re: wiring or fuse location for radiator fan

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Re: wiring or fuse location for radiator fan

Looks like a fusible link blown.

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