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Make sure your cooling fan is coming on ,if you force the ac on that should make the fan come on after a minute or so if the fan comes on with the ac the problem is either the coolant sensor or the fan motor is going bad
If refrigerant is low , high side pressure may not be high enough to engage the pressure switch to kick on the fans. Have the a/c system evac'd and recharged to capacity then recheck fan operation. Also, extreme cold weather can reduce high side pressure on a fully charged system preventing fans from coming on.
Hi Colton, Check the fuses and operation of the relays, It is unlikely that both motors have failed at the same time. You can check the motor operation by simply taking a cable from the positive battery tower and connecting it to the positive side of each fan in turn. If they run they're fine and the fault is elsewhere. If all relays and fuses check out fine, the problem will be with the temperature sensor. Regards John
It does not have a fan clutch,it has a electric fan,the cooling fan comes on when it gets to a certain temp,the engine that is,and that is about 215 degrees to 219 degrees,and if the ac is turned on,the cooling fans will come on.
Hot wire each fan to see if they work. One hot wire will do since the motor is grounded well to the body. If they are working check the reading on the coolant fan switch. If no voltage is coming from it replace it. If it shows voltage the fan relay will need to be replaced instead
Make sure the fuse is not blown,or cooling fan relays are not bad.Then check the cooling system to make sure the system is full.If it is low,the coolant sensor will not sense anything,it has to be emerged in coolant to sense.If all this checks out,replace the coolant sensor,for this sensor,is the most likely cause for the problem.
This problem can be caused by a faulty cooling fan, lack of coolant circulation thru the radiator ( bad water pump, partially closed thermostat) or a partially clogged radiator. Make sure the radiator and condenser in front of the radiator are not full of dirt and clogging the air flow also.
no fan comes on when engine cold start up .but it will come on when you turn on air conditioning or defrost on .if engine idling a while when temp get 190 degree the fan will kick on.if over heating you got air in system .wait until cools check coolant add more .crank engine let it idle few. minutes when start warming up turn off engine wait a while before removing radiator cap so you wont get scald.add more coolant .crank it again starting warming up turn off engine wait a while .add coolant .keep doing this procedure until your coolant stop dropping off .if you do this more than 6 times you got a leak some where.check crank level for signs.if oil level higher than normal.if everything looking good.when engine cool make sure add coolant to over flow jug cold level mark.
A radiator fan is designed to pull air to pull air through the radiator to help cool it, while blowing the air on back across the engine to try to assist once again at keeping the unit running cool as to not over heat.