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Ford Escort cooling fan not working, Wiring diagram or problem ID Please. 1998 Ford escort 1.6 petrol. Cheers

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Check the fuses there s also fuses in the engine bay,also check the wiring to the fan,the wires lead back to the main loom so if you are trying to trace the wire back its easier to take this out to check it but make a note of what connects to what.

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