Question about 2009 Dodge Challenger
You need to get to the fan to see if it's seized or blocked. It may be just as simple as freeing it and lubricating. You should check the voltage and current getting to the fan connector is correct as there may be a bad connection causing not enough current in the fan. Is it the same at all speed settings? If so the problem is most likely local to the fan or a connector in the fan itself
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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