The electric cooling fan on my 1997 Saturn SL1 is not running which obviously causes my engine to overheat within 5 minutes. If I run my heater on medium high, it dissipates the engine heat. But in 80 degree and higher summer heat, this is not a viable option for the entire summer. A repair garage informed me that the part and labor to replace the faulty part that will engage the cooliing fan will cost $320. Does this cost sound excessive to you?
have the same problem?
Wednesday, May 30th, 2007 AT 10:10 PM