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Cooling fan for s type jag

Can any one help! my cooling fan wont come on on my s-type jag. All wiring checks out .

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More often than not is the switch,
probably screw into rad, check on jag forum site to see where it is

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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Hey there..my name is Keith..and i can think of 2 possibilities..1 is the fan motor needs to be replaced or 2...the temp sensor needs replacing..thats what tells the fan to turn on and off..i hope this helps

Posted on Jun 29, 2009

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