Question about Dodge Intrepid
have you replaced the coolant temp. sensor?? If so, check the wiring to it.
Also, I have an Intrepid 99 myself, the cooling fan comes on when the gauge gets to almost half way, not before. On mine, I had to replace the motor because it failed to start some times.
The motor for the fan is sealed non repairable but I opened anyway, I found that the bearings where dry (no grease) and over time, became harder and harder for the motor to start up. I got to tell you that the motor allways worked when I placed juice straight from the battery.
So I reccomend to replace the coolant temp. sensor and the fan motor.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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