Question about 2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser
Replace the fan motor.
It´s shorted circuit.
Posted on Nov 24, 2014
Unplug the radiator fan, replace the fuse and see if it blows again. If not, then its likely the radiator fan is shorted. Use an ohm meter and see what the resistance is. It should be greater than 5 ohms.
Posted on Nov 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this can be solved by replacing the fuse with 5 amp more to the regular fuse your using,, this will surely solve your problem,, thank you,,plz do rate me..
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
SOURCE: eng controler fuse keeps blowing
Hi, if it is fuse A that is burning, trace the red wire from the underhood fuse box to the starter and auto shut-down relays to see if the wire is shorted to the chassis. If it is fuse B, trace the red wire with a white stripe to the other relays.
Posted on Jun 30, 2011
There are many things that can cause your radiator fans to not get power. However, the most common cause is the fan control module. Some people call it a "fan control relay", (including many aftermarket parts retailers) but it is actually a solid state control module, not a relay.
Check for power in and out of the module. It is best if you have access to a scan tool that has system test capabilities so you can command the fans to turn on with the computer. Otherwise, you will have to get your engine really hot and see if the power is being sent from the control module to the fan motors.
The fan control module is located on the inside of the left frame rail (driver's side) just behind the radiator. You will have to get under the vehicle to see it. It looks like the picture below.
Posted on May 04, 2012
I imagine you should check for a short in the rad fan. A friend told me with my sebring it sounds like there is a short in the fan. The way sebrings are designed the front end is lower to the ground so snow and other gunk gets in there. (at least where I live) also water can get in there easier. It can cause the fans to over work, parts to rust, short out etc.......thats what one mechanic had told me.
Posted on Aug 09, 2012
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