Question about 1997 Volkswagen Jetta
1. Check up the fuse no.# 19 - F19 (30A) = Radiator cooling fan, placed in the fuse box inside car on driver's side, under steering wheel and above pedals, under a plastic cover. Replace blowed fuse if necessary.
2. If the fuse no.#19 is OK, verify the electrical supply power directly on the cooling fan motor connection plug. Disconnect the harness plug of the cooling fan motor, and check voltage between supply wire and earth, ignition "ON". Measured value must be around 12 Volts. Repair supply wires if necessary.
3. If everything is OK, connect a 12 Volts supply hot wire directly to the cooling fan motor, (and another earth wire). Repair or replace the cooling fan motor if necessary.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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