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Why does it have a pinging noise?

Sounds like you have a valve slap. First let your car cool for an hour and check your oil level, and transmission fluid if you have one... if they are good, see if the noise starts right away when you fire up listen to see if it starts as soon as the fan starts. .... a lot of fans have an auto engage on the rad fan... when they wear out they will try and engage and you will get a ping ping sound as the hub try to do its job and start the fan.... I have also seen a stick get caught up under the car and just barely touch the fan so that every time it ping...

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Cooling fan stays on after turning off car

Taken from other previous solution (but it's right): the cooling fans are switched off and on by a relay. either this relay bad and staying on all the time, or something else is bad and telling it to stay on all the time. you might unplug the engine coolant temp sensor and see if the fans switch off. if they do you have a bad temp sensor, if they don't you probably have a bad relay. they will test either for you at most car parts stores. the relay will be in the underhood power distribution box, it plugs in like a fuse. disconnect the battery negative terminal before you start unplugging things from the power distribution box. hope that helps

Apr 02, 2014 | 1992 Chrysler New Yorker

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Engine is hot and the cooling fan are working

sounds like thermostat not workin right or BLOCK OR THE HEADS problems right away HOT ?Sounds Bad Let Me Know Get It tested For Pressure right Away Please So YA Know What,s Up with it

Apr 03, 2013 | 2002 Ford Windstar Cargo

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Engine hot a/c off on 2006 impala any suggestions

check cooling fan fuse, a quick way to check, turn on your A/C while the car is running, the cooling fans should come on right away, if not try a direct wire from the battery to the fan plug, that will tell you if you fan motor or motor's are bad.


Feb 21, 2011 | 2006 Chevrolet Impala

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If relay and fan fuse are good, disconnect coolant temp. sensor, sensor will be on thermostat housing or just below it, fan should come on right away, if it does replace sensor, if it don't check voltage at cooling fan harness with sensor disconnected, if you have voltage there replace cooling fan assembly.

Jun 10, 2010 | 1997 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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Radiator fans are not working, is that a

most likey the temperature sensor on the cylinder head somewhere

Jun 03, 2010 | 1997 Nissan Maxima

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89 buick century idling ruff when started, and fan comes on right away even though car is cool, but drive ok ones you get going? Ive got a code 22/ 42 Thanks so much

You need to determine why the fan is on (stuck relay, bad sensor etc.) If it remains on, the computer keeps engine controls in "cold-start" mode and will not operate properly. (re-check codes after the fan works right.)

Jul 22, 2009 | 1989 Buick LeSabre

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Cooling fan not working

The fan runs on a thermostatic switch that will not start the fan until it gets above operating temperature. This thermostatic switch needs replaced.

Jun 01, 2009 | 2005 Volkswagen Passat

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92 Buick LeSabre overheating.

make sure the cooling fans are working and most vehicles will turn on the fans when you first start and A/c is in max mode

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