Question about Audi Cars & Trucks
The antifreez cooling fan is not connected and i dont know how to do it,I know not how or where to connect them, i have searched the internet but i cant find anything, if anybody could make a video or something like that,I would be very grateful.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ON THE BOTTOM OF THE RADIATOR YOU WILL FIND A DRAIN VALVE OPE IT AND REMOVE HOW MUCH YOU NEED TO AND CLOSE IT TAKE THE CAP OFF ON TOP AND FILL IT
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
see if any wire is in a "Short Circuit" with another or maybe an ECU problem (but i don't think for this one). the auto electrician will give you the solution i think!
Posted on Jun 27, 2010
I put some WD40 shook the hell out of it, drained it, then filled it parrafin and shook the hell out of it, then drained it and left for few hours upsidedown to drain. good luck!
Posted on Jan 31, 2011
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You won't know which until you check. Unlikely the wires. Fuse or sencer most likely. Check the large fuses first. If it is the fuse then check the wires as somthing the matter with them or the fan itself. Turn the fan with your hand (with engine turned off.) it should turn freely. If all this is ok then you need a senser.
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