Question about 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager
Just replaced my radiator in my 2000 Nissan Maxima because it had a crack in the top of it and car overheated. Just noticed that car still running hot, absorbing all the coolant and saw the fan is not working. I wonder if it was the fan failure that blew up my radiator? Why didn't the mechanic realize the fan not work? Perhaps the fuse or fan went out after the fact? What are the 1st things I look for when the fan doesn't work like the fuse? Cannot even get the cover off the fuse itself! Should I take pliers to it? Can I tell by looking at the fuse if it's dead? What else should I check if it's not the fuse?
Posted by Anonymous on
Go to a salvage yard and tell them the size of your engine and you need a coolant fan because the relay is inside the fan but if you are tight for money and someone knows how to do it you can run a wire to the fan and to the ingition switch but the fan will run all the time while the car is running
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