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FORD IKON 1.3 FLAIR RADITOR FAN NOT WORKING/EARTH SUPPLY NOT THEIR

1.ON ACCOUNT OF WHICH ENGINE IS HEATING UP. 2. ALSO REQUIRE ACCELATOR FOR STARTING THE ENGINE.

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That sounds like a faulty coolant temp sensor, if it fails you will have to hold the gas to get it to start and the computer will not know when to turn the fan on.

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Many vehicles are set up to run the radiator(/ac condenser) fan whenever the air conditioning is on. Might this be the case here - is the air conditioning on when on the open road? Just a thought.

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Car is overheating


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Heyyy..... i bought a 2007 model ford ikon flair 1.3 rocam, 2 weeks ago. Now its giving me heating problem... i have to fill in water daily. Water vanishes very quickly in about 2 days... and the fan...


Sounds like a head gasket to me. if you go thru that much water in two days you should be seeing white smoke out the exhaust system.
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Sounds like the fan is hitting the cowl. Check the fan for a broken blade or the cowl for any stray pieces that could be hitting the fan. A loose heat shield on the catalytic converter is also a possibility. Heat shields are basically spot welded and most muffler shops won't touch them. Hope this helps to answer your question.
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