After driving and warming up your engine turn off your engine. After engine is off turn the key back to the on position and open the hood. The fan should still be running. Chances are if it isn't, a fuse is probably blown.
Check the fan relay for the 1996 Cavalier. Also, check the coolant sensor, one of these is most likely bad.
If your asking this question you shouldn't be working on your truck.
Bad thermostat, fans not working or coming on when they are supposed to, bad waterpump, bad radiator or radiator cap.
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Make sure the cord is plug into the wall socket.
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Metro Sports was created in 1996.
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Have you check to see if the radiator is clogged with dirt and debris try pressure washing the radiator and make sure the fan is working like it should. If you clean the fins and it still runs hot you might check to see if the temp guage is reading correct.
Check on driver or passenger side of the radiator, on the side next to the motor. Should be a small metal plug.
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Teh According to BrammerCheck the radiator, make sure it isn't leaking. Also make sure the car's water pump isn't busted. You should also check the radiator cap and cooling fans you can check to see if the fans are working by turning on your air conditioner ( Fans should come on when ac is on)
Check the polarity of the etho port
There is a sensor that shuts your engine down when it overheats you should check your coolant level, check the coolant fan, check your thermostat to see if it is open,check to see if your radiator is plugged or restricted, check radiator cap, check to see if any hoses are collapsed, and check system airbound.
when overheating occurs at highway speeds the cause is usually. a radiator or coolant circulation problem, Check for a restricted or clogged radiator.
The 1996 Cadillac STS Radiator does not have a drain plug
Sounds like you've got a kinked cable somewhere. Check them and if so, replace.
On my van, we tested the wires going to the radiator fan. After disconnecting the battery, we applied power to just the wires. If they spin, they work.
Most thermostats are in-line with the upper radiator hose. Check the housing where the upper radiator hose connects to the block.
The radiator cap is located on top of the radiator.
Is there not a drain petcock on the bottom of the radiator?
Check on the passenger side firewall may have to remove plastic cover