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Mitsubishi 380 fan not working

Mitsubishi 380 heating fan not working intermitently - checked fuse & relay but its on/off - mostly off, cant see how to get to fan & its 40*C most days here at mo!!

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SOURCE: fan works normal but not with a/c

Check the A/C gas pressures as if the system is low and needs topping up the fan will not cut in.

Posted on Apr 08, 2009

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SOURCE: intermitant failure of cooling fans. relays have

Relace the temp sensor for the fans.

Posted on Aug 09, 2009

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SOURCE: Replaced cooling fan ,cooling fan relay, and 40

Did you check the parts before replacement? Check if there is power supply to the fan when engine is hot and the fan should start. Also check the temperature sensor or the automatic fan switch located below the radiator, it may be faulty.

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Down by the bottom of the radiator. pass side. on the frame/rad support. You probly have to remove front splash shield to get to it. I have never had to remove or change one.

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Hi there is two cooling fan relays , they are located in fuse box under hood on driver side . They should be labeled on cover inside fuse box cover. If i can help further just re post

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the first internal fuse box on a Australian 380 Mitsubishi is located on the drivers right side end of the dash.


open the drivers side door and on the right end of the dash, you will see a panel that sits flush on the end of the dash.


pry the panel open with your fingers or a tool, it opens up to the right, there are relays and fuses in there for the cars different functions.


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