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2001 mazda mpv overheating both fans at not working PLEASE HELP!!

I have a 2001 mazda mpv 2-5 liter and both of my cooling fan are not working i checked all the relay and they are all working i also replace the cooling sending unit and still not woking the car is not over heating at this time but i am afraid it going to get worse HELP!!!

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Ive noticed this in a couple different series of MPVs. I have had several of the earlier generation MPVs and theres lots of sensors on these things. If one of those sensors goes bad, then the others will not work correctly. Check your manual and see if there are any additional sensors you have not checked. Also there is a site that I used to get help with my MPVs. Its www.mpvclub.com and there may be a fix listed there. These guys specialize in MPVs. Although your relays may be working, they may not be receiving a signal from the correct sensor. Also from a little research it would appear that the cooling fans themselves have a tendancy to stop working. There are several people that are saying that they are wiring their fans to run manually. The AC fan seems to be the first to go and then the main fan. Try hooking the fans up to direct power and make sure the fans are not bad. Hope this helps...

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There is a thermal fan switch on the radiator that drives the relay.

the things to check are,the fuse,the thermal fan switch,the fan relay and the fans themselves.
if they all check out ok,it is the fan control module that is blown.

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