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Nissan xterra air conditioning electric fan

Form Mexico. Can anyone inform if such fan does work without having the air conditioning on, in orther to support the fan cluth when is getting the engine somehow hot ????? Could you believe that in the local Nissan Dealers have not been able to inform accordingly..
Regards.. Rogelio Guerrero

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2001 Nissan xterra temp gauge rises to H when idling?

Dear George,
I'll start with the most common cause.
Check the radiator cooling fan to see if it is functioning correctly.
It is turned on by a sensor that screws into the engine block, and there is also a relay in the under-hood electrical box.
Finally, the electric fan is mounted at the radiator.
There should be 2 fans there, one of them is for engine cooling, one for Air Conditioner cooling.
The engine cooling fan should come on anytime the engine temperature exceeds the setting of the screw-in-the-block sensor.
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If you live in an area of the country that is prone to extreme cold temperature, "road salt" can contribute to fan failure.
If all these check OK, write us back and tell us, we'll go to step # 2.
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