Question about 2006 Ford Five Hundred
Hi check the fuses and then the relay then the fans tenpertures sensor and if alls well finally the fan see if it turns freely first then check by running wire from your battery see if it works simple things first though yates210456
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
Check the fuse for the fan and you could test to see if you have a voltage running to the fan when the car starts to overheat. If you have no power to the fan then trace the wore and see if you cant find the problem. If you have power then the fan motor is most likely bad.
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