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DOUTHERM 600315.321 PENGUIN, FAN MOTOR RUNS SLOW , SLOWS EVEN MORE ON HIGH

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SOURCE: fan motor keeps running on Audi A4 2004

fan motor has a thermal switch which turns on the fan as soon as the engine heats up. what happened there is that the switch is stuck on the closed position which keeps the fan on all the time. you should go to a garrage and have the part changed.

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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SOURCE: Poer steering fluid is leaking. Fan runs slow

Check power steering rack. on the camarys its alittle more common than most cars. poke a hole in the boot and watch for a leak. Nothggn should come out of there. If you have fluid coming from the boots then your internal seals are leaking on the rack. a small hole will not hurt the rack if nothing comes out.

Also check your power steering pump shaft. sometimes the seal will leak
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I think your over heating problem may be a different problem all together.

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Michael

Posted on Apr 29, 2009

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SOURCE: wiper only works on high, only very slow. this is

i hand the same problem on another vehicle
and the wiper would park anywhere. it was the intermittion wiper controller box located under the dash buy your feet. its the size of an
cigeret box, junk yard it for 3 bucks.

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SOURCE: Ceiling fan runs slow

Sounds like something is binding. If you have full voltage on the fan and you can't find the source of what is binding, you will have to replace it.

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Bad wiper relay.

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