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The Rad fan on my p reg chrysler voyager 200cc

The Rad fan on my p reg chrysler voyager 200cc remains on unless the fuse is removed what could be the cause?

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If the air temperature is high then this may be "normal" as there is a temperature switch which is powered after the ignition is turned off so the fan may continue for some minutes after you stop the engine. If it's still going after about 15 minutes you may need to replace the temperature switch.

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I dont think my fan is working


there is a fuse for every load on the car, or car will catch fire. sooner or later......
the other fact is , many fuses are shared. some have 15 loads. (park)
think fan is working, ?
which one.?
1: cab heater
2: A/C condenser fan (extreme front of car)
3: the RAD fans, (see behind RAD)

tell fan? and I can tell which fuse.
the glove box guide , has a fuse page. lost that?

my guess, ? is the fan is OUT side the drivers CAB
"think" tell me its fan 2 or 3 above.
the tests for those fans is in the FSM.

the A/C fan turns on if A/C or defrost is selected. unless its
N.Pole weather. (it has logic that cuts this fan , under some wild conditions (unstated by you) what country? what latitude?.

the RAD fan, comes on , if you. (location not stated so, wild guess...)
1: drive 20miles
2: park and idle
3: as coolant passes 200F, near 230F, the rad fans come on
this is because the RAD is near useless , parked. (no air flow)

The FSM covers these tests.
or alldata.com

RAD = engine coolant Radiator.

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CHANGE THERMOSTAT, CHECK RAD FAN RELAY ON WHEELWELL, AND WATERPUMP FOR FLOW

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The relay should be inside the engine bay bolted to the front of the engine bay behind the bumper under the main air filter housing. It's held on by 2 small bolts. You should be able to remove the air filter housing (the entire housing, not just the cover) and it should be right there. Just follow the wires coming from the fans to find it.

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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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When the rad fan runs and the ignition is off, the only problem that is common on the chrysler system would be the rad fan relay. The relay contacts are welded together inside it and replacement is the only fix. It is located on the left fender beside the battery. There is a slight chance that your wiring to the relay may be faulty causing a short to ground that may allow your relay to remain energized, but that would be a rare instance. Good luck

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Rad. Fan not work becouse the electric not come to it, I make ot work by direct with start engine.


Replace the fan controller, see if u can get a used one freom a salavage yard as the new ones cost about $150

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You either have a bad relay, bad temp sensor, or bad PCM. I would start with the relay as these give the most problems.

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Disconnect the wires leading to both of the fans. Remove the cross-member that goes over the radiator. Remove the four bolts securing the fan assembly and lift it out.

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I hope it wasn't just striaght water , and it sounds like a leaking water jacket or worse a blown head gasket. Take it in to aase cert rad repair shop and have them fix it .DON"T RUN THE VAN HAVE IT TOWED COULD BLOW MOTOR

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