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In the old days the cooling fans were operated by a thermal switch mounted in the radiator or high in the engine. Sometimes the switch was a dual stage switch to operate one or two fans at high/low speed or to operate two fans in a sequence. The switch in these cases would provide a supply to an electronic control to provide the speeds or sequence. Mostly the thermal switch either switched on the fans directly or through a relay.

Both the fan motors and the switches tend to be very reliable and in the case of a problem are fairly simple to eliminate by independently testing them and checking the supply. This becomes easier when you have discovered which system your car uses. Begin by checking the fuse. Your vehicle handbook should provide that information.

Late model cars could have the cooling fans switched on by the engine management system so apart from the fuse and motors, wiring, etc. the diagnosis could be more complex.

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Where is the cruise control fuse


The power for the cruise control comes through fuse #14 in the fuse box. From there it goes to the Cruise Control Switch. However, the Cruise Control Module is above the Fuse/Relay box, behind the dash board. Good-Day!

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Press the Hazard switch on and check the turn indicator lamps. Replace the faulty lamps.
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Check the fuse for the turn indicators, if it is blown the replace the fuse.

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The trafficator flash can that clicks and flashes the turn indicator lamps maybe faulty or the trafficator fuse is faulty.
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Over heating the electric fan is not coming on . removed thermostst but still heats up. Does the fan got a fuse or control manual. Was running well in a traffic ram i noticed the temp climbing the hazard...


There is a termo switch witch turns on and off the fans, it could be faulty. First check the fuse, than directly connect fan to the battery, if fans start to spin, check the fuse and if the fuse is ok than it's probably termo switch or maybe it's damaged wire in between fuse box and the fan....

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The Fuse is No 37 in engine bay fusebox, for location see http://www.bluejag.co.uk however operation is quite complex , the fan control unit is located top left near the fans. The supply to the fans is a pulse width modulated signal from the control unit.

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if the fans are running fine then it's not a fuse. it could be the thermostat going bad. if it continues to happen i would change that.

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Yes with airflow it work (on the interstate) but with no airflow to get rid of the A/C heat causes engine to overheat. Let's look at two possible things...first the A/C condenser fan by the radiator & then the A/C water temp switch.

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Check the 30amp CDS FAN fuse (replace if blown) if it is OK then replace the the Fan#3 RELAY (which turns on the A/C condenser fan)...Then if needed replace Fan#2 RELAY (which can also control the A/C fan speed).

The Fan#2 relay can wear out and cause the type of problem your having

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