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Radiator fan stops working when turning the steering wheel on ml270

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Mine doesn't work until I turn my lights on..

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Hi, I really thank you for this great answers .

the vibration may be from air in the power steering pump or faulty steering rack controls . Check fluid level in reservoir for starters . The second is a problem with the coolant fan not working properly. If you have a viscous fan hub --replace it as it is not working at idle ( just spinning but not pulling air through the radiator or the temperature sensor for the coolant is inoperative or the fan relay is faulty.

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    • 4Firmly press against the tension pulley to loosen the primary drive belt. This pulley is located on the right side of the engine as the Aurora uses a transverse-mounted motor.
    • 5Slide the primary drive belt off of the alternator pulley wheel and release the tension pulley. The belt will try to fall, as there is too much slack, but it can be propped up to retain its path through the other accessory pulleys.
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    • 7Remove the alternator's third bolt from underneath the vehicle by turning it in a counterclockwise direction.
    • 8Disconnect the primary positive charging wire from the alternator's output terminal by loosening the nut in a counterclockwise direction.
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    • 10Replace the alternator by positioning it into the mount, then securing the charging terminal by tightening the nut in a clockwise direction. Tighten the bottom mount bolt first, then the two top bolts to secure the alternator.
    • 11Replace the primary drive belt by pressing firmly on the tension pulley and sliding the belt onto the alternator's pulley wheel. It should seat into the grooves on the wheel and should become tight when the tension pulley is released.
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- On your car's title, registration, guarantee/maintenance book or on the declarations page of your auto insurance policy

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