There's two common was a radiator fan motor will fail. One is worn brushes. For that, a new motor is all that's needed.
The second is the bearings get tight. A slow-moving motor draws excessive current and that will blow a fuse or burn open a fuse link wire. For that you need a new motor AND a new fuse device.
The best approach is to use a scanner to activate the fan motor, then take two voltage readings on its connector. If there's no voltage getting to the motor, a new motor won't run either. Then we have to check for a relay and see if that is clicking on, and a fuse device and see if that is good.
Wednesday, February 17th, 2016 AT 12:26 PM