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Engine fan not running - van is overheating

Engine fans not running, now van is overheating. I was in a fender bender and they went out. Is there a relay somewhere?

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  • Rod Middleton May 11, 2010

    There should be a relay, but I would check the thermostat first. If you are going to work on it yourself I would recommend you go and get a manual at your local parts store. Can you give a better discription of the "fender bender"?

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Relays are sometimes located under the dash, on the radiator shroud, or in a fuse box under the bonnet. I'm not familiar with your vehicle but most parts are in standard locations.Also check that the plug hasn't been crushed, jammed or popped out. I'd get a power tester to see if you're getting any power to the fan. Just need the cheap tester, that has a bulb inside a screw driver like tool - a long wire running out & a crock clip at the other end. Clip goes to earth any metal part of the car, ignition on & stick the screw drive end into the plug holes, if the light works you have power. Only breaking process down as I don't know how advanced you are in car issues. Hope that helps you out. Good luck

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