Question about 1995 Ford Escort
I need to know where the cooling fan control is located. We think this is the problem -- my cooling fan doesn't come on...
There is a relay in the junction box under the hood if the cooling fan is not coming on when the engine is at 180 degress you can take the a/c clutch relay and switch it with the fan relay. if the fans come on it's the relay if it still doesn't it's the temp sensor on the fan unit....please rate this
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
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