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Ford fiesta 1.4 2007 no power to the radiator fan

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Check the power through the fan. Check for a faulty thermistor.

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The problem you are experiencing with your car is as a result of the fact that the fuse which supplies power to the fan from the main source(battery) is working eppileptically which means its failing in discharging power.

1.The solution is to open the fuse box and replace the fuse which controls the fan.
2.If the problem persists it means the problem is from the relay switch,which means the relay switch has to be replaced.

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