Question about 2000 Chrysler LHS
I have a 2000 chrylser lhs,my fan stoped working and it's leaking on the side where the radiator is located. someone said i need some sensors,where are they located on my car and how can i know for sure if it's my radiator that it's coming from?
If it's coming from the radiator cap your car is overheating,two things could be wrong
#1 thermostat is stack and is not circulating or
#2 that your actuator switch is not engaging the
Posted on May 30, 2009
Check the fan relays. If I'm correct that car has a low speed and a high speed fan. Try swapping them with relays you know work (such as the AC cluch relay) if the fan turns on it's the relay. Also check the fuses. Another problem I've seen is the plug to the fans overheating and melting. (it happened on mine) The only thing you can do then is replace the plug. You can't buy it new... might be able to find it at a salvage yard.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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