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I have a bmw x6 bj 2011 4x4 5.0 xdrive my engine fan wont come in can sombody help me with this problem ..we tried switching fans nothing ...we tried switching relay nothing temperature sensor also nothing when i scan i get this code 2EFE fan activation ..also with my diagnostic tool i can not activate my fan ..can sombody please help me ?

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    Gato Felix Day Dec 21, 2016

    Hi.rabbit brains i also checked that and the fuse is ok

  • Rabbit Brains
    Rabbit Brains Dec 22, 2016

    It's possibly a bad connection. Try a continuity test on the wires. Try activating the fan directly to the battery. Good luck!

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Try checking the fan fuse.

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