Question about 2004 Volkswagen Golf
I Have a 2004 Golf 1.6 FSI SE with 27,000 miles on the clock. The engine fan comes on every 30 seconds or so regardless of engine temperature. I think it might be the temperature sensor but do not know where this is or how to replace it!!!
Any help much appreciated. Thanks, Neil
The best way forward is to get the fault codes read using the on-board diagnostic system. You can either get this done at a suitably equipped garage or do it yourself with free VAG diagnostic software, a £15 interface cable and the use of a laptop computer. This should indicate where the fault lies. If a sensor is throwing a fault code, it could still be just a dirty electrical connector on the end of the cable, and not the sensor itself.
Once you have the list of fault codes, get them cleared, run the car for a few miles and check the codes again in case some of them were old ones that no longer apply.
If you get back to me with the list I will try to help you further.
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
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