Question about Mazda 323
I want to know whether maza 323 fan rotation is inward or outward from the fan blade
The direction of fan rotation will be on the motor body but check that th curved edge ( leading edge) of the fan blade is facing the radiator and that air is being pulled through th radiator. THe motors are dc operation and can spin in both directions and the fans themselves are made to fit in front of the radiator( a/c fan) and blow air through the radiator. So checking these points is necessary
Posted on Jan 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi number 1 cylinder is the one closest to the cam belt end of the engine and also the rotation of the engine is clockwise, hope this helps
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
SOURCE: Fusebox location
fuse boxes are usually under the dash on the driverside up by the brake pedal and another one under the hood driverside if the fuses are good it may just be you have to replace the fan because there is a relay in the fan that may have went out and check out a salvage yard for a good used one
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
Well the first thing I can tell you is that the radiator fan should kick on as soon as you turn on the a/c. That's because of the extra strain it puts on the engine. So, if you don't see or hear the fan go on with the a/c, it's probably dead. You could also unplug the fan and run a jumper wire off of the battery to see if it goes on.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
those fans can cost allot of money unless you get it used or off ebay or junkyard, I would first check the fuse and the cooling fan relay making sure its not faulty next also replace your temperature sensor, what it does it sense the temperature of your coolant in the engine and when it reach certain tempature it send information to the computer telling it to turn on the fan to cool down the engine down. its fairly cheap and it take 2 minute to replace; if the sensor is faulty the fan will not turn on automatically. next if you did everything and the fan still does not work You can pull the fan out and test it buy direct contact using some spare wire wires and touch it straight to the battery to the fans plug. it hard to believe both fans fail at the same time. keep in mind both fan work in sync, although the 2nd fan is only a back up help to cool the engine while AC is running.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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