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Replaced complete fan assembly Two sensors. Fan

Replaced complete fan assembly Two sensors. Fan runs when air conditioning unit is on. doesnt run when air is off. low or high speed!

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Sounds like the CCRM on the passenger side outside of the engine bay( you should see a grop of wires going the the fender apron) Not a cheap fix

Posted on Nov 08, 2009

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Also check the constant control relay module (ccrm) -- that module controls the two fan speeds.

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Is the temp gauge working? sounds like coolant temp sending unit... or a possible engine coolant temp sensor or ect sensor.

Posted on Aug 06, 2009

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