Question about 1998 Ford Mustang
Okay heres what causes not to kick in,
1 a bad motor
2 bad tempeture sensor
3 bad/defected fuse or relay.
check the fuses and your fan relay first. swap them around to test is every thing well then test the motor dirtectly, if its fine and works, then tempeture sensor on the engine. remove the harness and put a jumper wire on the prongs and what it kick the fan in. have the ign on with engine off for this. if it works replace the sensor.
hope this help you.
send mr your comments thansk
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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