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How do i change the radiator cooling fan fuse in a 1998 ford contour? Fuse number * 2 60 amp on a 2.0 engine?

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Well if you found it, you should be able to replace it, some of these big fuses "bolt in" down on the sides. If it blew, you better find out why (usually the motor is bad) before you replace it.

Posted on May 10, 2010

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The sensor is the same one that tells the computer what the engine temp is. If the sensor fails, the check engine light should be on. The sensor is near the upper radiator hose.
Have you jumpered the fan relay to test it ?

May 19, 2013 | 1998 Ford Contour

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I have a 1998 ford contour and the cooling fan will not engage


Check your relay for the fan.....Its usually on the drivers side under the hood right over the tire.....Go to or call autozone and ask them the exact location

Mar 13, 2012 | 1998 Ford Contour

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I have changed the radiator and thermostat but my cooling fan fails to go on my cooling fan to 1997 honda civic fails to go on after Ichanged my radiator and thermostat


Have you checked the fuse for the cooling fan? If not the fuse you are looking for is in the fuse box located under the hood in the engine compartment. I gave you a picture below of the layout of the fuses and the fuse that you need to check will be in the number 15 position and should be a 20 amp fuse. I hope this helps and good luck.


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The fan for te ac/heat blower will not turn on


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Check the fluid level in the radiator - after it cools down !

It sounds like you should replace the temperature sensor that controls the fan. This is usually located in the radiator and has electrical wires connected to it. Trace the wires from the radiator fan ( not the air conditioner fan!) to the sensor.

If the radiator is aluminum you may need special anti-freeze to prevent damage.

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