Question about 1999 Ford Crown Victoria
The radiator fan in my 2003 Crown Victoria runs continously. It has done so since I purchased the car (used) in Apr. 2004 with 18,000 miles.
While under warrantee the dealer told me this was the way it's supposed to be.
It was nine degrees out the other day, (the a.c. is off) with just the heater turned on, adn teh fan is running. It seems so pointless, is this the way it's supposed to be?
No, the fan is supposed to come on only at certain temperatures.
Trace the wiring from the fan back, there should be a temp switch/relay in line. If there isn't,then someone has bypassed it and wired the fan to run when the car is running.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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