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Cooling fans not working

The cooling fans quit working. I replaced the Module, temp sensor, and now the relay. I really do not know what else to do other than replace the fans but I had that done last summer.

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SOURCE: cooling fan wont come on at temp

This vehicle has a radiator fan switch, it completes the circuit when the water temp get up to N.O.T normal operating temperature and turn the fans on, try changing radiator fan switch. Good luck and thanks for using FIX YA

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motors probally burnt out

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Hi, the relay is turned on by the PCM based on data from the coolant temperature sensor. Disconnecting the sensor sends the computer into safe mode so it keeps the fan on. Check the sensor wire continuity to the PCM. If good, try replacing the sensor. Please let me know if you have more questions.
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SOURCE: Where are the cooling fan relays located on a 1998 Mazda Protege?

cooling fan has a heat sensor that controls it and is located on the engine...correct place on that car i do not know but local auto parts store should be able to help you out as to location....hope this helps

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