Question about 1996 Ford Taurus
Any ideas on how to fix it?
The fan runs on a temperature sensor and operates according to engine temperature.(even with the engine off).I would suggest this is faulty.To locate this trace the wires from the fan
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
SOURCE: fix honda pilot 2005 fan relay
It can be the A/C switch causing this, but not likely. Make sure to turn the A/C off when you stop. If it still does it after turning the A/C off, replace the thermal relay.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
there is a solid state fan relay located under the passenger side headlight assembly. There are two ways to get at it. Either you can tear apart the entire front of the vehicle or you can remove the passenger side headlamp assembly and carefully drill a hole about in the middle of the opening and down towards the ground. Look in the hole you drilled you should be able to see the relay. Continue drilling/cutting until you have a hole just large enough to get the old relay out and a new one in. The hole will be covered by the headlamp and has become the preferred method of replacing since they are so common and removing the entire front assembly is so time consuming.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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