Question about Dodge Ram Pickup 1500
The one on the engine is probably a viscous type fan.It spins freely until the heat causes it to 'stiffen' up and assist in drawing heat off the radiator.Prior to this it is not needed and would only rob engine power and slightly affect fuel economy.Easy way to check if it is viscous,with engine off,just spin the blades.It should spin with a little resistance onlyThe electric fan on the radiator is switched on by a temp sensor or by using the air cond(unless it has another for this task).Hope this helps you.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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