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Hello. My 97 Plymouth Grand Voyager's radiator fans are not running when the temperature is up. The fans do work, and I replaced the relay. Could my sensor not be working even if my gauge is reading in the car?

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Could be bad temp sensor or bad wire connection to fan motor. to check fan; get 2 wires long enough to reach from connector plug of fan to battery., put one on hot and the other on ground and check fan motor. if good, then its either a relay or temp sensor or cut wire somewhere between temp sensor and fan motor. check to see if your getting power from battery to sensor/fan

Posted on Apr 03, 2011

  • earl_hunt54 Aug 14, 2011

    It could also be the PCM since this module controls the fan relay by sensing not only the temp, but the transmission speed. The PCM ensures the fans turn off above specified speeds because the fans block the ram airflow when auto operating at and above ram air speed.

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