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This is normal. Would it be a fuse that controls only the first two speeds?Lucy hello this is call the resitance of the control swich change it and youre done. Check a fan motor for faults Fan motor with the thermo-switch lead disconnected and test lead connected to the battery. Cooling Fan Relay Switch Turbo231 46,575 views 9:58 How to fix a Noisy Blower Motor AC Heat Fan - Duration: 11:02.

JRR Columbia, SC #13 Oct 2, 2007 Jamie wrote: Is this part only available through a dealership? NO you can get it at, or ordered from autoparts store. Of course, my car is 10 years older than yours. ELECTRIC COOLING FAN PROBLEMS A fan failure, or a failure of the fan relay or control circuit is bad news because it can allow the engine to overheat.

Input from the engine coolant sensor, ambient air temperature, vehicle speed sensor and other sensors may be used by the PCM to determine when the fan needs to be energized.

The controller contains a fan primary relay, A/C fan control relay, and wide open throttle cutout all built into one unit. How To Test Radiator Fan Relay The armature closes when the coil is energized to route power to the fan motor. Sign in 40 3 Don't like this video? Sign Up Now Cancel Search How-Tos Your Projects Your Projects Forums search Hi 0 | Logout Connect with Facebook Login Sign Up Home / Cars, Trucks & Boats / Auto Maintenance

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Very rarely do the Fans go bad (noisey) but thats about it.

I cleaned them off with some 800 grit sand paper and reassembled the switch. Radiator Fan Not Coming On Tell me when this thread is updated: Subscribe Now Add to my Tracker First Prev of 3 Next Last Add your comments below Enter Comments Characters left: 4000 You are currently Radiator Fan Not Working Overheating Sign in to make your opinion count.

This may occur regardless of engine temperature or vehicle speed. Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. You may be able to hear a click from the relay as it operates. Send us your feedback. Radiator Fan Not Working Symptoms

Replace the relay. The fan only runs when needed to help cool the engine. If any of the subsystems inside the IRCM module have failed, the whole module must be replaced. It was on the pass side behind the blower motor (under dash).

Enter your email to get updates when people reply. When Should Radiator Fan Come On The cure here is to add a separate relay for the compressor clutch so the clutch can draw full voltage from the battery. Yours might be a little "young" for this ailment but it cost me about 15 minutes of time and a nickel's worth of electronics cleaner.

cigroller 2012-02-23 03:52:16 UTC #5 This happened to me last week.

Fix possible leaks using this advice. jdav7 Decatur, IL #9 Sep 24, 2007 Had a similar problem on my 2000 Impala. Popular Articles Auto Maintenance & Care Keep Your Cool in the Heat Of Summer Dri Keep Your Cool in the Heat Of Summer Driving Auto Repair How Does a Radiator Fan What Happens When Your Radiator Fan Stops Working Dual relay.

littlemouse 2012-02-23 14:00:03 UTC #8 Perhaps you need a new fan. It's a safety recall. Search by Key Word or Phrase: Be sure to visit our other websites: Auto Repair Yourself CarleySoftware OBD2HELP.com Random-Misfire.com Scan Tool Help TROUBLE-CODES.com CLOSE ADVERTISEMENT Chevrolet Impala News Forums Not a My high speed went out on the fan.

Comments made yesterday: 31,051 • Total comments across all topics: 276,186,050 Copyright © 2016 Topix LLC • Flag inappropriate postPost has been flagged for review • Send feedback • Cancel Change Christy g Reno, NV #17 Oct 28, 2007 I have a 2002 Ford Focus and for some reason I can not figure out what is wrong with my hot and cold Click the Banner Below to Ask an Expert: Related Articles: Overheating: Causes & Cures Coolant Sensors Troubleshoot Electric Cooling Fan Troubleshoot Cooling Fan Clutch Click Here to See More Carley Automotive On older applications, fan operation is usually controlled by a temperature switch located in the radiator or on the engine.

Mercedes-Benz is ranked the King among rappers I drove in bright pink car to mu Stourbridge we... The last two days, when I started the car in the early morning (3am) in freezing cold temperatures of 30 degrees. What Should You Do? To check that the fan is working, listen for it cutting in and out, and watch the temperature gauge.

Where there is a thermostatic switch in the circuit, start the car and let it run at fast idle. Got a Cooling Fan Problem? At 238 degrees F, the fan relay switches power from the low-speed circuit to the high-speed circuit to increase cooling. Working...

So the fan runs mostly at idle or low speed when the engine is at normal temperature. Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. Its always ready to go & I can put any fuse in it I need. Test for current with a test lamp or circuit tester at the 'live' lead to the relay — again with the ignition switched on.