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Cooling fan I had the cooling fan replaced a couple of years ago. It worked for a while but no longer goes on and I can feel by touching the hood that the car is hot. Should I be concerned and how expensive is that to fix. This is a 1996 Jetta and I don't have a lot of money.

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  • eichberg Oct 31, 2008

    la solution esta muy bueno. Pero no hablo espanol. Solamente cuando soy una pequena nina. I understand that only when the car gets to be 90 degrees will the fan go on. That makes sense. Muchas gracias senor.

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sabes que el electro ventilador funcuiona cuando el auto pasa los 90 grados funciona porque traen un termometro en el radiador (termostato) se abre para que pase mas agua.
el que tienes que cambiar esta en el radiador es en rosca y trae una union electrica muxa suerte pablito

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