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Change the top fan. When get in for 10min. Your head and feet get real hot

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I have 1999 VW Beetle 2.0 have change all cooling fan parts all new relays sensors fans control modules and the temperature dash light keeps showing hot what could it be thats going wrong


connection to radiator fan switch could be bad.

If I take out the connector from the fan switch (thermo switch/fan control switch) that light acts just as you described.
So check the fuse box on top of the battery, take out the fuses and make sure nothing is melted. Now check if you are getting power to the switch connector. red wire is hot wire, 2 striped wires can be used as ground. Make use you get around 12 volts, not mV.

if you got no power there then try checking continuity in the wiring... you need power there to make thing work :D

learning from experiencing.

Jul 26, 2012 | 2000 Volkswagen Beetle

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Fans running constantly hp laserjet 8150


my guess, its packed in lent and needs cleaning>?
but i can not see it, so....
try the real form at HP>?
the 10min rule to me sounds bad rumors.or just near usless estimate. is this printer in and office setting or a hot garage?
what is the ambient temperature. there.


fans in most cases all are temperatures sensors, tell it , its too hot.
  1. so it is too hot
  2. or, the sensor bad
  3. or the controls bad
  4. or programmed wrong.


real forum. try it?
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May 15, 2017 | HP Computers & Internet

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Hello, I have a 1989 chevy 3/4 ton pu with a 350 motor. It reads 230-250 on the heat gauge. I had replaced both heat sencors on the side and the top of the block. Has a 180 theromstat fail safe. When...


faulty temperature sensor or dash gauge. Both do not conjoin to the ECM so I would replace the temp sensor on the engine first which is fairly cheap

Aug 24, 2011 | 1989 Chevrolet C1500

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The top frezer fan is working and the bottom part is real hot and the freezer is working partially what seems to be the problem???


You need to look in the bottom cieling for a hole the size of a ballpoint pen. Take a small screwdriver(flat head) insert and turn clockwise ( it will only trun one way). You hear a clicking until the frige part turns off (fan and compressor). This is the defrost timer. It may run a few more months but they should cost less than most parts. If you turn it off or unplug and leave the freezer door open, it will thaw;then, will work about 10 days. Goodluck!

Aug 14, 2011 | Magic Chef Refrigerators

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Golf 2000 is my car Recently I changed my Waterpump, TB and FCM. I find my AC sometimes works good, but other time just blow warm (compressor doesn;t comes on). Yesterday after adding two cans of...


firstly i think you have overcharged the Ac system as the most it should hold is 650 grms for this system on this model ,if too much gas it will click in and out and slow the engine down ,as for the gauge readings then renew the sensor its on the housing at the front in the plastic housing ,depending on year and model this is where most are ,but some later models have a sensor at the back of the head left side from front

Jul 19, 2011 | 2000 Volkswagen Golf

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My truck keeps running hot. We change water pump, fuel pump, alternor, new belt, coolant temp sensor, and fan relay. Also A/C is not working so the fans wont come on. Is it another sensor in the truck...


Try connecting your fans directly to the battery to know if they are working. If they don't replace your fans. If they are ok, then change the thermostat.
Try this:
When engine cold, remove radiator cap, then fill the radiator with water and start the engine. If water jumps out of the radiator and continues going out as the engine warms up, then you have a bad head gasket and that's why is running hot.

Jun 29, 2011 | 2002 Buick Rendezvous

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Overheating I change waterpump, thermostat, flush radiator, change drivebelt, radiator cap radiator hose and it still overheat when i drive it on highway it dont overheat just driving in town it overheats


Two things you can check: First pull your oil dipstick and make sure that the oil is clear and not cloudy or milky, if it is you have a blown head gasket. Secondly if the vehicle has an electric fan make sure that it is coming on. You can do this by starting up the vehicle and letting it warm up for 10min or so or until the guage shows that it is hot. Then look under the hood to see if the fan is turning, you may have to watch it for a few min because they will cycle on and off. If the fan doesn't come on, that is why it overheats in town because it is not getting enough airflow across the radiator. If the fan does not come on you can start troubleshooting it by checking the fuses and relays in the dash and under the hood. If the relays and fuses are good and the fan still won't come on, with the key on and engine off, carefully wiggle the wire that goes into the fan, these sometimes make bad connections, but again be careful because if that is the issue the fan will begin spinning so watch your hands and fingers.

Sep 22, 2010 | Chevrolet C1500 Cars & Trucks

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The fan keeps cutting in on my 53plate audi a3 tdi - even when the engine is cold...why could this be and how do i stop it from continuing?


you could check the temp/fan sensor.but when you say cold do you mean first start of day??cos if the head has hot water in it over a set temp then the fan will start but will go off when cooler.stops hotspots...

Mar 08, 2010 | 2005 Audi A3

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My VW Cabrio is overheating after 1-2 miles. Coolant in recovery tank is boiling by this time and making bubbling noises. Someone changed radiator hoses, flange, some housing. They are saying that radiator...



Run the engine and look at the header tank , is there lots of air bubbles coming back out of the water if is then the head gasket may have split and that is down to either a can of Radweld or a strip down repair

If the radiator is not uniformly hot them I would go for that as your problem

Normal operation is that the engine starts the thermostat is closed , engine block heats up and opens water starts to circulate around the block

So to check that you need to fill the radiator with cold water run it for a few minutes check the bottom hose it should be cold

The stat opens and the bottom hose should get hot as the water from the block is pumped into the radiator for cooling.

The radiator should get hot all over and the cooling fan should kick in when the sensor hits the over limit stop.

If that does not happen then get someone to remove the stat altogether (It is only there to get the engine block warm quickly in cold regions )

In which case the bottom hose should go from cold to warm to hot

Jun 23, 2009 | 1997 Volkswagen Jetta

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Radiator problems


the radiator fan switch which drives the fan relay,needs to have hot coolant to operate properly,the temperature sending unit the same situation.you either have a thermostat that is stuck open,or alot of air circulating in the system.pressurize the system to 15 psi and see if it drops,if it does...you have a leak in it.my suggestion would be to fix the radiator properly.overheating that engine is going to result in needing a head gasket which is expensive.find a good used radiator.

May 26, 2009 | Honda Civic Coupe

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