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1997 Grand Voyager overheating

My 1997 Grand Voyager has 234,000 miles and now it's overheating. I have checked the fluid levels and they are ok. Both fans are not working, I know one is for the AC but I do not know which. I hooked up my multimeter to the connector of both fans and I am getting 0 volts on the driver side and .005 on the passenger. All fuses are good, any ideas?

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  • Goodmunkey Jul 20, 2009

    Where is the fan sensor located?

  • Goodmunkey Jul 24, 2009

    Thanks for the help; it was the radiator fan relay. I had to take off the entire front bumper/grill to get to the 2 screws holding the relay but hey, $50 two hours later and all was good.

  • Goodmunkey Jul 28, 2009

    Sure does.
    Have another question, it is now coming out of gear while in motion. It also makes this whining noise, the higher the RPM's the louder the noise. Do I need a new transition?

  • Goodmunkey Aug 04, 2009

    Yeah...I am just getting a new rig. My wife wants a Suburban. Say good buy to my low monthly gas bill.

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Check the fan control sensor in the intake manifold. that is usually the problem. also, if the engine cooling fan does not come on when you turn on the air cond, that is a dead giveaway that the fan sensor is bad.

Posted on Jul 20, 2009

  • adaddy2jc Jul 25, 2009

    glad I could help. beats paying the dealer rates, don't it?

  • adaddy2jc Aug 04, 2009

    in regarda to the trans coming out of gear, several things are possible. first, has the trans ever been serviced? fluid and filter need to be changed about every 60 to 70 thousand miles,depending on the severity of operating conditions that you go through. bands need adjustment, etc. what you describe could be the precursor to replacment of the transmission, especially due to the high milage. I recommend taking it to a trans shop for analysis, before you get a tow bill.

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My cooling fan sensor went out on me too... was grateful to be right outside an auto shop :)

Posted on Mar 22, 2010

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SOURCE: Overheating and electrical issues

try a coolant sensor or a new van

Posted on Jul 20, 2009

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