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Rad fan replace relay switch

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SOURCE: cooling fan for rad not working.. if relay is

i can't find the switch so i can replace it

Posted on Jul 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Aux. Fan not comming on when hot or cold... Boils

Replace your temperature sensor. There is a sensor specifically for the cooling fans that triggers the relays, and tells the fans to turn on/off. The relays won't energize unless it gets a signal from that sensor.

Posted on Oct 20, 2009

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SOURCE: 2007 PT Cruiser basic RAD fan battery relay feed replacement

grt one at any parts store, it should be in the fuse or electrical box, look in the owners manual, pull out the the ole and plug in the new

Posted on May 08, 2010

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SOURCE: 1998 cadillac deville , cooling

The only other things would be the coolant temp sensor or the engine computer. Alot of the new GM's have the on and off function of the cooling fans controlled by the computer. If the coolant temp sensor is ok, then most likely the problem is in the engine computer.

Posted on Oct 22, 2010

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SOURCE: Rad fan won't turn on when the car is at operating

The first thing I would check would be the temperature sensor that sends a signal to the relay to turn the fan on. Of course make sure you have plenty of water in the radiator or the sensor won't work at all. I have seen anti-freeze come through the sensor and corrode the wires shorting them out. So it could be broken wires, unplugged wires or a bad sensor. I am not sure exactly where the sensor is at on the Pacifica but your local parts store could show you. It is usually in the intake or cylinder head.

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My car has 3 relays labeled rad fan 1, rad fan 2, and rad fan 3. When I took the 3 relays out and supplied 12v to them, rad fan 1 did not work. Do I just replace this or could it be something else?


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Suzuki aereo 2004 cual es relay de abanicos donde


this is an English site. USA site and answers are USA cars.....

"2004 Suzuki air which is fan relay which is located"
i translated it for you.
which fan, the engine Radiator fan or the passenger cooling /heating fan. there are 3 fan systems, heater blower, RAD and A/C condensor
so? ill guess RAD or A/C

ill answer for, RAD fan relay, old post
it's the relay in the PDC, marked FAN. (if car is English car !)
fuse 23, but that runs many other things besides fan.
relay 1 runs the fans.
now A/C fan at the condensor way out front.
Fuse 12, and again runs many things.

fuse box 1, next to battery has 2 relays, #1 fan #2 fan for RAD

the condenser fan and compressor relays, right there same place.

SALUD !

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No rad fan motor changed large relay under hood drivers side and 40 amp fuse is ok whats next


If no rad fan motor after the large relay and fuse, check the thermostat switch. It may be a bit messy but it's worthwhile connecting the fan motor straight to the battery terminals. This'll at least tell you that the fan is still operational.

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198 mercury sable cooling fans motor


Cooling fans ( on radiator ) only come on when the engine reaches a certain (hot) temprature. There is a temp sensor threaded into the radiator end reservoir that switches a relay off and on that runs the fans. Either the temp sensor or the relay is probably bad. Normally , those fans will not be on if the car is moving , the air flow from just driving is sufficient to cool the rad. If you stopped and idled for a while , eventually the rad would heat up enough for the fans to come on.

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03 grand cherokee, 4.0, rad fan will not run, checked fuses and replaced relay under headlight


Check the coolant temperature switch. You should have 12V on one side of the switch. If you jumper the two wires in the switch connector, your radiator fan should run with the ignition switch on. If it runs, replace the coolant temperature switch.

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2004 Mustand Fan does not start. power is not getting to the fan.


I assume the rad. fan. on the rad or thermostat housing there will be the thermo switch, a large brass "nut" with 2 wires on it. pull the wires off and connect together, turn ignition on and the fan should cut in. if it does, the switch is faulty, just unscrew and replace. if the fan doesn't cut in then the fault could be the fuse,relay or a break in the wire. check the fuse( I am not familiar with U.S. cars).

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Cooling fan for rad not working.. if relay is


either the relay has shorted out or the coolant temperature sensor has failed. start witht he relay, install a new one and see if the situation improves, if not then do the temp sensor.

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1994 Saab 900 S convertible running hot


You don't say whether your electric fans both work...

First, check fuses #25 and #6 (both 30 amp)

There is a fan thermoswitch is on the left side of the rad. Turn the ignition on, and after pulling back the boot, short across the two terminals with a screwdriver.

If the fan runs, fan and wiring are both good, but thermoswitch might be faulty.

If fan only runs when thermoswitch is shorted like this, switch needs to be replaced (I strongly recommend that you get the low temp switch to prevent overheating - your temp gauge will not go over the middle position even on the hottest days; also get a low temp thermostat,and ALWAYS get a Saab stat, not an after market one! The SAAB stats are three position, and most after market ones aren't)

if the fan doesn't run when switch is shorted, check for voltage between green wire and ground at the switch.

Voltage indicates faulty fan, if no voltage then check the fan relay J in the main fuse box for the A/C rad fan, and also check relay G - it's for the rad fan.

Hope this helps!

Saabreur

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How to change under-hood fuse in a994 Mercery Villager


you have fuses there and in the van by the drivers side instrument panel.

here's how to change,
Fuse — Main Fuse Junction Panel NOTE: The MAIN and ALT fuses are high ampere cartridges that are held in place by screws, which must be removed in order to replace the cartridge. For removal of the MAIN or ALT fuse, refer to the procedure in this section. Always replace a blown fuse with a new one having the same amperage rating.

Removal
  1. Remove the appropriate fuse panel cover (14A003).
  1. Pull the fuse straight up from the fuse junction panel (14A068). If the fuse is a cartridge-type, carefully pry the clip, then pull the fuse straight up.
I would also check relays, including inhibtor relay. relas have a relese tab.

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Item Part Number Description 1 14N089 RAD FAN — LO (Low FC Relay) 2 14N089 RAD FAN — HI 1 (High Fan Control [ FC] Relay) 3 14N089 RAD FAN — HI 2 (High FC Relay) 4 14526 PWR WDW 5 14526 ABS (Anti-Lock Brake System) 6 14526 RAD FAN 7 14526 FRT BLWR (Front Blower Motor) 8 14526 MAIN 9 14526 RR DEF (Rear Defroster) 10 14526 ALT (Generator) 11 14526 IGN SW (Ignition Switch) 12 — Joint Connector 13 14526 H/L RH (RH Headlamp) 14 14526 H/L LH (LH Headlamp) 15 14526 ALT (Generator) 16 14526 ENG CONT (Engine Controls) 17 14526 INJ (Injectors) 18 — SEC (Smart Entry Control) 19 — Hoodlamp 20 14526 ABS (Anti-Lock Brake System) 21 14526 HORN (Horn Speed Control) 22 14526 Fuel Pump (PCM) 23 14N089 ASCD Hold (Speed Control Relay) 24 14N089 Bulb Check 25 14N089 Headlamp, RH 26 14N089 INHIBIT (Throttle Position [TP] Switch) 27 9P704 FUEL PUMP 28 14N089 HORN
check 11, 16, 17, 22, 26, 27

Feb 22, 2009 | 1994 Mercury Villager

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