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We have a 99 ford escort. the heater fan works, i checked it out. when the unit is reinstalled there is no action from it. there must be a sensor someplace i can't find. all fuses are good.

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You may need your radiator rodded and cored. But, before you do that check the relay that controls when your electric fan engages to pull air through your radiator. The sensors that control the electric fan are usually in the side tanks on the radiator. This sensor heats up and tells the fan when it needs to make the electrical connection to engage the fan to cool the radiator coolant. I would probably bet that is what is malfunctioning. They are a relatively inexpensive part. Good luck.

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Fan does not work ,heater fan does not blow or come on to defrost window.


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My first line of action would be to check the fuse for the fan motor. Your owners manual should direct you to the fuse panel location. Hopefully, that's all that's wrong.
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If you want to bypass the heater core, easiest was is to remove both hoses from the heater core, get a hose connector and 2 hose clamps.

Other than that, you could buy a few feet of some heater hose at your local auto parts store, and go from the water pump to the thermostat housing (although this would bypass your temerature sensors, would probablly cause a check engine light, and may prevent your cooling fan from working properly).

I don't see any parts store anywhere offering a "single" bypass hose, nor have I heard of one for this vehicle. If you do need to bypass it, your solution is above.

I hope this information helps you, and I do wish you luck on your repair.

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fan temp sending unit on the thermostat housing is bad,will not give engine light.change both the sending unit and temperature sensors. as these are a pain to get to.

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