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I have a Volkswagen jetta 2008 and the radiator fan, on the right side isn't working. Can you help me with that? Thank you

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Check for a switch at lower part of rad. Should see a wire harness & plug on a sensor at bottom of rad. This sensor/switch also operates fan on/off according to coolant temperature. You may need to disconnect battery to get at it safely.

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the sound is your belts for the I recommend to pressure wash the area what till it drys then turn the engine on then look for the leak it would be easier to pin point a leak with a clean engine

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SOURCE: My 1994 volkswagen jetta's radiator fan won't run.

make sure all wires is hooked up good man.. could be a fuse blown under your hood

Posted on Apr 12, 2010

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1997 volkswagen jetta fan trouble


  • If the fans not working at all, you can test them with a jumper wire.
  • Pull the plug off of the temp sensor which is mounted to the bottom of the radiator.
    • Be careful to stay clear of the fan blades because they will come on during this test even without the car turned on.
  • Use a paper clip or other stiff wire to jumper across the connections on the plug on the wire side (not radiator side).
  • One connection is power and the other 2 are ground (hi and low).
  • If the fans work with this test, there is nothing wrong with your fans.
  • If the fans work with this test, most likely problem is the fan control switch. It us directly under the coolant tank (has a clear plastic cover over a yellow fuse). This is fairly easy to replace, but make sure battery is disconnected if you do replace it. Also, make sure to remove any corrosion under the wire connectors if present.

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Most likely a faulty radiator control module, located as part of the left (large) radiator fan assembly.

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are your radiator fans coming on? If not, remove the electrical plug from the drivers side of the radiator and jump the top 2 connectors with a pair of needle nose pliers. the fans should run on slow. If they do, your fans are good. It could either be the heat switch ( you just pulled the electrical plug from it), or the fan relay ( under the coolant reservoir).

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Your Fan Control Module or FMC is the long black relay located underneath your coolant bulb, It is mounted onto a bracket on the drivers side shock tower, to test your fans you can take off the temp sensor located on the drivers side tank on your radiator, jump the terminals and the fan should come on in low speed, turn your ignition to the on position and jump them and it should turn onto high speed.
The best solution is to wire the fan to a 12v switched power source on high speed.

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My 97 jetta is overheating. i have replaced the temp sensor, but still nothing. even after i turn off the the car the fans do not come one...please help!


Had the same problem on my 97 Jetta. Replace the fan switch sensor on the side of the radiator. If you look at it on the drivers side about 3/4 of the way up there will be a plug. That's what tells the fans when to turn on.

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1999 VW Jetta, it overheats even after I replaced the thermostat and the plastic housing on the drivers side of the engine (it was cracked). I let it run with the res. tank open because I thought it might...


Did you install the thermostat backwards? It could be air bound.jack the car up on the side the radiator cap is on and run it to try to purg out air.your new thermostat could be bad. Remove it completely and see what happens.as for fan not working check connections and relay.if it has air conditioning that works turn it on and the fans should come on.if not there is either no power or bad fan motor.check with a test light for power at fan motor connection.

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Where do you put antifreeze in a 1996 volkswagen jetta?


As with most cars you fill it up, at your radiator, but for your Jetta their is a reservoir, just make sure you fill it up to the proper levels, the reservoir is round and in the back, and right side of engine compartment, it is for my 96 Jetta Trek.

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Where does the radiator fan switch -thermo switch go?


Facing the front of the car, on the right side radiator tank, it is located at the bottom of that side tank. There is a three prong plug with a black boot on it.

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DID YOU CHANGE THE THERMOSTAT IN THE WATER PUMP HOUSING.FOLLOW TOP RADIATOR HOSE TO IT.

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I have a 1997 Volkswagen jetta and it keeps running hot the thermastat has already been taken out and the water pump has been changed what could be the problem


CHECK THE FUSE AND RELAY FOR THE COOLING FAN TO MAKE SURE IT IS OPERATING PROPERLY. HOPE THIS HELPS YOU. THANKS FOR USING FIX-YA. PLEASE KEEP ME POSTED. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR AN HONEST RATING. BEST OF LUCK

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