Question about 2004 Chrysler PT Cruiser
Radiator Fan doesn't run after engine heated up but runs if relays are closed, Fuse is OK so are relays but not on it's own
The engine coolant temp sensor is in the assembly that the pressure cap (radiator cap) goes on. it's under the part that the cap goes on, closer to the engine block. you can see the wires and the plug going to it. here's the remove and replace step by step:
1. disconnect battery negative terminal (they always tell you to do that when you work on electrical parts)
2.partially drain cooling system below level of ect sensor
3.disconnect ect sensor
4.remove ect sensor
and to reinstall
1.install ect sensor torque to 168 in-lbs
2.connect sensor electrical connector
3.connect battery negative terminal
4.refill system with coolant
hope that helps
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