Question about Renault Le Car
Hi have you tried changing the fan temprature switch, if this is ok try putting a wire across the 2 terminals of the plug that goes onto the switch , if the fan works then the switch is no good, but if the fan still does not work then it could be the motor that has gone.
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Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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