[DML] Could the wrong battery have possibly damaged my cooling fans and
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[DML] Could the wrong battery have possibly damaged my cooling fans and horn???!!



Hi, I replaced all my cooling system hoses.  One of the cells of  my old battery was dry and dead so I replaced it with a Sears Die Hard  795 CCA.  I got the car started and began purging air out of the  cooling system.  When the engine got a little over 200 degrees F.  the cooling fans cut on for about 2 seconds and then cut off  again.  I thought it was just because there was not enough coolant  going past the otterstat to make it keep the fans on.  But when I  had the air purged out of the system the fans still won't come  on.  I checked the fan wiring from the fan fail mod. and none of  my fuses are blown.  Also the horn worked when the car was running  with the new battery because I accidently pressed it.  Now the  horn does not work either!!!  Is it %$$#@% possible that the new  battery has something to do with these two &^%&^*$@!$#  failures???!!!  
  
  Thank you for any adivce!  This can't be, can it???
  
  
  
  

Mike 
VIN #5781
 		
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