>I just did a little troubleshooting and found that when the fan was
>connected directly to the battery it works good. The thermal switch
>was bypassed and is not the problem (there is no voltage getting to
>this switch). The 30 amp radiator fan #25 fuse is getting 12 volts. Any
>suggestions on what other things to check for is greatly appreciated. I
>may just hook up the fan directly to the battery via the thermal switch
>and install an inline fuse.
Have a look in schematics to find out why the fan isn't getting power. It's
probably a broken wire, connector that's come loose, or something similar to
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