Q: My radiator fan won't kick on I've checked the fuses and the relay they are good and I have changed the thermostat

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My radiator fan is not kicking on..I've changed my thermostat,temp sensor,checked the fuses they are good and check the relay....still not coming on...Help

My car has 225000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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