Question about 2000 Ford Crown Victoria
First off make sure that the relay for the fan is operational. Is the engine light on? Get the codes scanned at your local parts store. One alternative that I do not recommend, unless nothing else works, is to mount a switch on the dash and connect it to a power wire and the fan. Then you can manually turn the fan on and off but tends to be a pain in the **** and hurts resale value because nobody else is going to want to deal with that. Try to fix it right before you "rig" something up.
Posted on Aug 12, 2011
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