Question about 1992 Volkswagen Jetta
Do you mean the radiator fan ? Or the heater fan ? if it is the radiator fan, you can check it. Pull apart the plug where the heater recieves current. It is clipped on, you remove it by pressing the clip and pulling on it. Take some wires and pull of a liittle bit of the rubber insulation form both ends and connect the wires to the battery positive and to ground. Place the other end of the wire in the positive of the FAN wire male end. You had previously removed. And to ground on the wire male plug. The fan is supposed to turn smoothly and at a good speed at 12 volts from the battery. if it does not, your fan needs replacement.
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
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