Hey Guys, my wife and kids took my dog to the vet this afternoon and on the way home, my 99 GC with the 3.3 engine over heated and tripped the temp gauge up to high and the warning chime came on. The wife called me and asked me what to do and as luck would have it, they were near the Advance Auto Parts store. I told them to pull into the parking lot and shut it down. They did and I arrived about 20 minutes later and sent them home. Neither one of my cooling fans is operating, so I thought it might be a relay or fuse. I pulled every frigging relay and fuse and checked the fuses (none were shot) and swapped the relays all around and still the cooling fans won't come on. I tried tapping on them with a ratchet (didn't have a hammer with me), and even rotating the blades by hand. They still won't come on. Tomorrow I will try direct wiring them to see if they in fact work, but if they're shot, does anyone have any tips for an easy removal for them? This van has almost 200,000 miles on it and as the 4th owner, I don't know if they've ever been replaced. I can't find any relay under the hood labeld for them and only one 40 amp fuse. Any of you guys know which relay may be for them? I'm hot, sweaty and very frustrated right now. I got it home after letting it cool for an hour by loosening the radiator cap and turning the heat on full blast. Luckily it was only 12 miles to the house and free flowing traffic. Any help or suggetions will be greatly appreciated. If the fans are dead, I guess I'll be making a trip to Pull-A-Part this weekend.