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Probably blew ignition switch fuse & now need to replace it. As far as cooling fan problem you need to check coolant level first. Make sure system has no air in it. If that doesnt provide solution change temperature sensor.
Three thing you need to be concerned when the cooling fan fails to turn on, the fan, the fan relay, the coolant temp sensor, First the relay,go to the engine junction fuse and relay box there listed next to thethe ABS relay heater blower relay is the cooling fan relay, Now make a tool from the cooling fan relay,take the cover apart and expose the relay,when you collapse this relay the fan turns on stick in back in the socket key on engine off collapse the relay the fan should turn on if the fan doesnt turn on a fan is the solution if the fan turns on the coolant temp sensor will be the solution this sensor is located at the thermostat housing just follow the top radiator hose,you will see a sensor there
This sounds like your cooling fan isn't turning on. One very easy way to test this is to unplug the coolant sensor. On top of the thermostat housing (the plastic box your upper radiator hose runs to) there is a sensor with two wires you can easily see. Unplug this sensor while the car is running and the cooling fan should turn on within a few seconds. If it does not, then you have an issue with the cooling fan. Likely the fan needs to be replaced. If it does come on, then you should replace that sensor you just unplugged. I would also make sure you are getting hot air through the heater vents to verify the water pump is circulating coolant.
Sounds like you may have a blown head gasket. Is your coolant level low and have you had to add coolant. Still sounds like you may have a cooling fan issue or maybe even a clogged radiator. what is the temperature difference from the inlet and the oulet of the radiatoe hoses? Anything less than 20 degrees and I would say the radiator is toast and you need a new one. And fix the cooling fan issue. But still dont rule out the blown head gasket especially if it over heated...
CHECK COOLANT FAN FUSE AND RELAY.IF ALL IS GOOD YOUR COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR FAULTY. AT CERTAIN TEMPERATURE LIKE 190 TO 200 DEGRESS COOLANT FAN WILL TURN ON.BUT FIRST CHECK COOLANT FAN.HOT WIRE IT.IF FAN DONT RUN REPLACE COOLING FAN. IF FAN DOES RUN YOU HAVE BROKEN OR DAMAGE WIRE IN ELECTRICAL CONNECTOR.FAULTY PCM.
Thats not too weird as the car would kick on the fans at full speed when it detects a problem with the sensor. Your ECU is not reading the sensor properly and needs to be checked by Ford. I hope this helps you.