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Hi can you help the cooling fan on my 2002 rover 75 has just stopped working and i have looked for a themostat the type that fits into rad and starts fan but can find one so what starts fan. thanks mike.
The thermistor is possibly located closer to the engine. I would check the fan for power first. If the fan is receiving power, but won't turn then you are looking at the more likely possibility that the fan motor has failed. Moving components tend to fail more readily than non moving resistive types such as the thermistor.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 95 toyota camry coolant problem
adam, if you want your fans to turn on, add a switch in your dash panel. there is a firewall break behind the driver side front wheel, so all wiring can be run through there. to solve the over heating, check fluid levels, replace the water pump, and just for kicks, replace the fluid and hoses. make sure there is 50/50 mixture in the coolant system that really does make a diffrence. good luck!
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
Did you bleed the cooling system after refilling the radiator ? to bleed the system, fill the radiator with water and coolant. Run the engine until it is at a good temperature. Then turn off the engine and look for a bleeding screw at the oulet of the thermostat housing and turn it with a screwdriver counterclock wise. The trapped air will go out and coolant will start coming out. refill the radiator and repeat until only coolant comes out and no air.be careful not to burn yourself.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
It can a the first stage of blowing head gasket.
Fill your coolant tank to the full mark when it's COLD.
Start the car, and pay close attention to the tail pipe for a small puff of white smoke.
After 15 minutes,If you do see any vapor then take the car for a 8 minutes drive.
Park the car and listen for bubbling sound from the coolant tank,
If you see bubbles coming up then you will need a head gasket change real soon.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
there is a module mounted on the fan shroud that is a common problem. but as always, check fuses, connectors and grounds!
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
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