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1995 mercury sable....what is the cause of the fan not working

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Possible causes, fan motor, fan relay, on no power in that circuit

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This can be caused by the cooling fan motor or the IRCM control module, the fan can be tested by making a jumper out of lamp cord and running it from the car battery to the fan motor connector, if the fan runs then the problem is in the IRCM (Integrated relay control module) the module is located under the plastic cover over the top radiator, here is a picture

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you might need a new battery or you could possibly have a ground problem...check the connections to your battery, you may need to fix the cables. i had that problem with my 1996 sable.

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Check to see if the top and bottom hose are the same temperature when the car is running. If the bottom hose is cold than you have a ciculation problem. At the same time see if the top hose is hard. If not than you may want to replace the radiator cap which will hinder the circulation of your coolant, which could also keep the fan from working. Also a bad thermostat could stop the circulation. a bad water pump could affect the circulation.All I can say is go with the cap first than the thermostat. If you unplug the sensor and the fan comes on than the relay is working.Hope this helps some leave a comment.

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