I have had the same problem with my 95. Easy fix. Remove the complete fan assembly (not the radiator) ensuring that you disconnect the wire to the fan first. The fan is controlled by a motor which is inexpensive and can be picked up at most auto stores. Two maybe three bolts holding the motor to the plastic housing. Again, easy fix. These motors do go bad but its nothing major. Most likely this is the problem.
Note before buying a new motor you may wish to use a 9v battery and using two wires one to each connector on the battery and the other end to the fan motor.
If the fan kicks on then its good and the problem is a fuse or a relay.
If it does not kick on and you have a good connection between the 9v battery and the fan motor and you know the 9v battery is good then its definately time for a new fan motor.
Friday, July 16th, 2010 AT 8:28 AM