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Re: 1997 plymouth voyager radiator fans
I don't believe your particular vehicle's cooling system needs to be bled during coolant filling, but check the coolant level first. It seems that the coolant level is too low for the sensors to be able to sense the temperature, or the sensors are disconnected. Look for a connector on the intake manifold, near the coolant outlet. Ensure it is properly connected.
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could be bad temp sensor or bad wire connection to fan motor. to check fan; get 2 wires long enough to reach from connector plug of fan to battery., put one on hot and the other on ground and check fan motor. if good, then its either a relay or temp sensor or cut wire somewhere between temp sensor and fan motor. check to see if your getting power from battery to sensor/fan
Generally, if it crank good but won't start, have a helper crank it while you visually check for spark at the spark plugs. If spark everywhere, use a gage and check proper fuel pressure and fuel injector pulse, if your missing everything, I'd check the cam and crank sensor signals. If only one system has a problem, we can check that one system. Could be other issues?