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Radiator fan not operating could be fuse don't know how to change 1994 lancer

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  • ojohanson Mar 20, 2011

    Are you asking how to change the fuse? You don't know where the fuses are?

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Look in your manual for fuse diagram LOOK FOR A RELAY, put a "RF" on top of the "Radiator Fan relay and find another with same part number. in the fuse compartment. ie Air Cond. put an "A C" on that one, switch them out and get engine HOT to see if fan works, turn AC on too if it works the relays are both good. next things to check [a] "Temperature switch" on block, or [b] corroded wire terminal at firewall connections [c] the fan motor could be bad ...... that Radiator fan operate TWO ways. (1) a hot engine (2) turn the AC on high will also turn it on. Check this first before U get your hands greasy.

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