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What could be the problem with a1997 mazde protege when the A/C and deforst fan dose not work

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Check fuses ,switchs and relays first thenthe blower motor. chances are its the blower motor

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I have a 1997 mazda protege with a coolinf fan prob. The fans work when I turn on the AC but do not work when the engine gets hot at idleing speeds. I replaced radiator and thermastate and also cooling...


No, the fans have separate relays. You have to use the wiring diagram to sort it out. The pcm turns on the cooling fan relay with a ground signal on a purple/black wire when the temp sensor signal rises too high.


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I have a 1997 mazda protege LX . I am suspecting


use a test light and probe the wires .some fans don't work both at the same time so it maybe necessary to let the car reach operating temp to see if there is power and ground to the fans.

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A/C has quit working on fan speeds 2 thru 4.....it will only work on speed 1 but the fan itself still works on all speeds...it just seems to kick the a/c off on speeds 2 thru 4 and blow hot air ....2001...


You probably have a bad fan switch. I had the same issue and had it diagnosed and replaced. It fixed the problem, but it seems to be coming back less than 2 years later.

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You may have a faulty fan switch. Had mine replaced when only #1 and #4 were working and it fixed the problem. Unfortunately, there may be more issues, as a year later the switch is failing again. May be some kind of feedback that is causing it to fail.

Feb 13, 2010 | 2001 Mazda Protege

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The fan in my 1996 Mazda Protege just stopped working. I have no heat. Do I need to replace the motor?


put new temperature sensors in the car and that should fix your problems. the temp sensors control when the fan kicks on and off.

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it sounds like it may be out of time and in the case you need to replace timing belt and pulleys and get retimed

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2001 Mazda Protege cooling fan or thermostat


I am realizing that the cooling fan in this car is very important. It has two in case you didn't notice. The driver side fan motor is bad in mine and the only result is poor air conditioner performance in stop and go traffic. It's fine at high speeds. I would think the thermostat is likely the culprit in your case, but if the fans are not working at all, you should get those replaced. The motors may be bad in both, which could definitely cause overheating. I've been researching prices and you should be able to get the parts for less than $100 each and installation is just a couple of bolts on each assembly.

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