Question about 1996 Volkswagen Jetta
Switch the ignition on. disconnect the fan switch connector on the radiator. the connector plug should have three pins (if two then its easier). you can follow a diagram, but you can connect the thin wire's pin with one of the thick ones (dont worry, the wrong one wont short anything). the fan should go on at low speed. then connect the thick wire that worked to the other thick wire. the fan should go on at full speed. please ensure the ignition is on to test the full speed one as it doesnt operate with the ignition off. if neither works then check the fan control module. its under your water bottle. remove the water bottle then two screws will remove that unit. btw. they never give in, but maybe this is a first.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
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