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92 acclaim Radiator fan does not come there a fuse/..and what would be the location?..thanks

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  • creemax123 Jun 02, 2010

    ok..i checked to see if fan would come on when A/C is I read it should..and threw a meter on it as well..and it got power..yet the fan blades did not there some type of clutch on thes fans..I touched the bade w/tool and I could hear it make noise as if it were stripped or not this possible??Thank you..for all your info!!

  • creemax123 Jun 03, 2010

    Thank you very much for your time and intrest!!!..Keep well Robert OGrady


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There is a fuse, but look at the relay first, and check for power there. If the relay is getting power on the secondary, then you know the fuse has to be good. Then try shunting the relay socket.
That should make the fan go on.
If it has power but goes not go on then, it is probably the fan motor. Check it for current with a test light.
If it does go on when you jump it, then it is probably the radiator temperature switch, which is supposed to control the relay, or the relay itself, or possibly the wire to the temp switch from the ignition.

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    Kirk Augustin Jun 03, 2010

    There would be no need for a clutch on an electric fan blade, so indeed I think you are right that the blade is probably stripped on the shaft. If there is a nut in the center, you could try tightening it. But the fan may come attached to the motor. See how they sell it.


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