Question about Coolit Systems CoolIT VAN-R120 Vantage A.L.C. CPU Fan, Noise Reducer, Cooling Fan, Radiator
Three things can cause this to happen.
Bad or corroded wires.
Faulty or damaged fan assembly.
Blown fuse between the fan and the power supply.
First, check over all the wires, make sure that they aren't damaged somehow.
Next, look over the fan itself, check to make sure that the fan hasn't been hit somehow, causing it to not work.
Next, check all the fuses, both the ones under the dash, as well as the ones under the hood on the fender.
Most people don't even realize that those other fuses are even there.
Also, check to see if there is an in-line fuse, or a fuse-able link that might be the cause of your fan not working.
I hope this helps steer you in the right direction, and good luck!
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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