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New radaitor cooling fan won't engage

2004 Sebring GTC. I just replaced the cooling fan assembly. The new fans are not engaging with either a hot engine, or AC on.

I've checked and double checked the seating of the wiring harness.
Replaced the fuse... the fan blades turn freely by hand. It's a brand new part from one of the big retail parts shops.

Don't know what else to look for. The AC is also not blowing cold, and that's a new problem after replacing the cooling fans.

Help??? I'm beyond frustrated...

Thanks in advance

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  • ericarchamba May 21, 2009

    One of the fans had a broken blade, it was cheaper and easier to replace the whole assembly than to try to fix an individual fan.

  • ericarchamba May 21, 2009

    is there a way to "check" the relay, or does that mean get a new one?

  • paid tourist May 11, 2010

    what was the reason for replaceing the fans?

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Check the fan relay it may be bad. if fans are not working right a/c wont work right either

Posted on May 21, 2009

  • smartwrench1 May 21, 2009

    relay can be checked with a test light one terminal should have power all the time one should have power with a/c on or temp up to range there will be two that are grounds

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