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1996 Chrysler LHS over heating. replaced cooling

1996 Chrysler LHS over heating. replaced cooling sensor, fan/s will come on once and the will not come on again resulting in overheating. system bled (air). narrowed down to computer or fan connector block mounted to duel fan assembly. Any other solutions? Thanks

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You may find that the wiring plug on the harness to the fans has over heated ,it will come on once untill the plug gets hot loseing connection ,i have went to salvage yard and got good used plug and solder it in place an get another 30 to 60 th miles then do it again...and the thansducer switch some times will be bad ,its next to condenser on ac line ...try salvage part first ,,,,

Posted on Oct 25, 2009

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    this will work on all cryslers from 93 to 97 all had same type of setup ...

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You also want to make sure that the ground wire for the fans is secured tightly to the fan framework.

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Chrysler and Dodge have a fan relay on the front near the bumper. Had to replace one before.

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REMOVAL
Open hood.
Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable.

Remove the radiator crossmember to front fascia closure panel.

You should be able to see the relay sitting flat on the bottom frame.

Disconnect the relay electrical connector (Radiator Fan Relay).
Remove the rivet attaching the relay to the front bumper beam (Radiator Fan Relay).
Remove the relay.

Posted on Oct 14, 2009

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Overheating - changed the radar, thermostat,hoses,waterpump

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