01 Lincoln l s cooling fan is not coming on fluid ok?
check fan relay in fuse box under hood.
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Answer . Hey Mike==It depends on what kind of car you have but most have a sending unit that turns the auxiliary fan on. the sender may be defective. Some have the ecm turn the fan on. GoodluckJoe.
Answer . I verified that the 2 coolant fans come on at low speed once coolant temp reaches 223/225 degrees I thought this was too high a temp so I checked with local Buick dealer. They claim 220-230 is still considered normal operating range. If you want to get cooling fans to come on earlier and… at hi-speed just turn on A/C or defroster. With A/C on temp never seems to get above 205.. Answer . \nIf the engine isn't coming up to teperature, they will not engage. If they are not getting power due to a relay or wiring. If the computer is getting false information about the engine temperature (temp sensor?), they will not come on. (MORE)
Answer . It will probably be located in a box on the left fender well (drivers side) in the engine compartment. The cover of the box should indicate which one it is.. Answer . \nThe relay you are looking for is the Multifunction relay just above the radiator. This relay also controls the EEC …and Fuel pump their is an external circuit breaker located inline right after the fan in '93 for protection because the cooling fan pulls tomany amps It will melt the connector and the 10ga wire that powers it. (MORE)
You have to go in through the bottom not the top. Dissassemble thefront undercarriage area, make sure to support the radiator (or itmay drop out of place - this can be done with wire or strong cord -simply tie the radiator supports so that they don't move). You maypossibly have to disconnect and dra…in the lower radiator hose.Unbolt the fan assembly and push up over the lower supports andgently pull the assembly outward and downward. You will also haveto disengage several clips on the top of the fan assemble (theoverflow tube and another hose). (MORE)
Answer . \nIt is a snug fit into the water pump shaft ; you will need to wiggle it and it will come off. You won't hurt anything.
Answer . \nI believe it comes on when the a/c is turned on but not positive
possibly your thermostat needs to be replaced Same thing happened to me,,, you need to check the fan relay switches under the hood. There should be two. One or the other has probably failed.
Answer . \nis the coolant temperature sensor giving a correct reading to the computer? Is the fan getting power?
Answer . check the coolant temp. sensor, this sends info to the computer to turn on the cooling fan.. Check for other answers for the cooling fan, I posed a answer on how to replace the fan relay with out removing the front facia and bumper
Answer . This could be due to the following:\n. \n1. Check the fuse at the fuse panel for a blow.\n2. Check the relay in the fuse panel.\n3. Check the sensor\n4. Bad wiring connection...\n5. Defective fan....
Answer . Check the fan Hi-speed relay\n. \nThey use one relay for speeds 1-4 and a separate on for speed 5\n. \nor could be hi-speed winding in motor is burned out\n. \nor could be defective switch
\n. \n Answer \n. \nyou have to take the entire assembly out the bottom of the car. Be careful when getting replacement parts as there are a number of part numbers available with deifferent harness connections
My 89 Pontiac 6000 cooling fan will not come on though Fan is okay and temp sensor replaced and relays ok but fan works only when temp senor unplugged or air is on so what do I do?
Check the temperature at the radiator when hot Cooling fan is designed to come on only when:A/C Compressor is on (either during cooling or defrosting) orwhen coolant temperature exceeds 235 degrees Fahrenheit
Answer . i'm assuming you mean your computer processor fan. If so, replace it. It's dead!
Answer . Blown fuse, defective thermal relay, or defective fan motor. Check the fuse and if it is ok, and all wires are connected, apply 12 volts directly to the fan motor the see if it is ok. If so, replace the thermal relay.
They are located in the trunk underneath the Rear dash in the trunk compartment. There are 2 one high speed fan relay, and one low.
Answer . Under hood, passenger side, front engine area, mounted above radiator on radiator support.
Check all fuses. Check the fan motor. Unplug it and connect wires from the battery directly to the motor. If it doesn't spin then it's broken. Check the cooling fan relay. Many relays have a wiring diagram printed on the side to make it easy to test. Check the temperature sensor. Compare vo…ltage to manufacturer's specification. On some vehicles, you can read this voltage at the computer using a scan tool. Check the wiring. A cut or burned wire can cause an open circuit. (MORE)
First of all, perhaps the temps are not getting hot enough for the fan to operate. Is the thermostat stuck open all the time? Does the heater work properly? Simple test to ensure proper operation of the coolant sending unit for the fan: turn the ign. key to the power on position...Not start, but jus…t power up the system until your dash... air bag/batt lights come on. pop the hood latch...open and secure. with the power still on remove the small wire connector that attaches to the coolant thermostat housing sending unit. This wire will be green in color with a small red line on it. The cooling fan motor should turn on with this wire disconnected from the sending unit. If you get a no fan operation after the disconnect...the culprit may be the fan itself or ? Need more info. to properly diognose this issue. (MORE)
The cooling fan relay for the 2000 Lincoln LS is located behind thebattery in the fuse relay box on the driver's side. The cooling fanrelay controls the car's cooling fans.
The cooling fans on a 99 Nissan Maxima will not come on if thecoolant temperature sensor is defective. The fan only comes on whenthe temperature passes a threshold.
The cooling fan comes on when the engine reaches a certain temperature and is controlled by a sensor switch that kicks the fan on when the temperature reaches the preset temp.
Open the hood, look straight down at the cross beam just behind thehood latch. There you will see an aluminum ribbed electrical partwith an 8 m.m. bolt and bracket. Remove the bolt, move the bracket, remove the black plastic cover,there you will find 2 relays, one black and one gray. The black oneo…n your right is the main fan relay, the other is the AC auxiliaryfan relay. Its that easy. (if you were fooled by the diagram in the ownersmanual showing these relays in the main fuse block under the hood,dont worry you werent the first person to have been misled.) (MORE)
Correct! it's on the passenger side of the motor, just over the altenator. the fan's will hardly ever go bad. if you have cooling problems it's more than likely the pump or sensors.
3.4 liter engine. lowspeed fan 217 degrees. high speed fan 230 degrees.. 3.8 liter engine. lowspeed 212 degrees. high speed 221 degrees.
check see if its gitting power if it is then the motor is bad if no power check relay
Are you asking about BOTH fans? One fan is the cooling system fan, located on the passengers side of the radiator, and the other is strictly the A/C cooling fan, located on the drivers side (operates ONLY when the A/C is activated). First, check the fuses or relays controlling these fans - after tha…t it becomes a little more complicated. I do not believe that procedures for this troubleshooting are available free on-line, and the step-by-step instructions (in the Haynes Repair Manual) take up more than a page - are far too lengthy to go into here, and are copyrighted. Short of buying the manual you may have to get the vehicle to a mechanic. (MORE)
The fans normally come on when needed. Is the car running hot -- is the temperature gauge reading above normal? If so, there's a problem with the fans or the cooling system. If not, don't worry about it.
You may have bad temperature control sensor (next to thermostate where water enters the engine. Also near the air filter). If not that it is PCM module or fan control relays. Try disconnecting the connector from the temperature sensor, if fans come on the relays are OK.
Most cases 235 degrees Fahrenheit\n. \nIn addition one or more of the cooling fans will come on and run continuously when the A/C is running.
If you stand in front of the car with the hood up (3.9 V8) you should see two white fluid containers across from each other. the one on the left (passenger) side is for the coolant fan, the right (driver) is power steering.
You have to first remove screws on both sides of the fan. Then unplug the positive battery cable. Next remove wires that are attached to fans. you must remove from the bottoms. The bracket at the bottom must be removed and radiator hose. after that it will slide right out!
The 1995 when can Mark VIII cooling fan switch is located behindthe dashboard. The switch will be on the passenger side of thedashboard in the passenger compartment.
I would say it is the radiator fan relay. This just happened to me on my Town & Country. This is a very common problem with these vans. The rad fan relay cost $40.00
According to the 2000 Lincoln LS Owner Guide : ( Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used in the engine cooling fan fluid reservoir )
When air conditioning or front defroster are turned on it will turn on A/C compressor which requires the A/C condensor to be cooled (via radiator fan).
Hi, The cooling fans in these vans are controlled by the engine computer, which controls 3 different relays to turn the fans on at low and high speeds. There are also a couple of fuses that supply power to the fans. So you have a few things to look at. The relays and fuses are all located in t…he fuse box that is under the hood. I would start there, using a multimeter to check for power at both sides of each fuse. There should be a label inside the fuse box that will help you locate which fuses to test and which relays are used for the fans. I have provided a link that describes the system and shows how the system is energized when the fans are on low and high speeds. Good Luck, Greg (MORE)
Faulty electrics. Thermostat, relay, fuse, fan motor, short in wiring, poor ground. Unfortunately, you might have to have a professional look at it.
First check that the fan does work. Unplug at the fan and jump the wire to see if the fan works. If yes, then change the fan temp sensor or check the wiring to the sensor. If the fan does not come on when you jump the wire, then have the fan replaced.
Probably because either the fuse or circuit breaker or the temperature sensing switches have failed.
I was looking at a Ford website and it shows the ( hydraulic cooling fan pump hose ) going from the reservoir to the pump . The other hose is not labelled
Between the radiator and the engine, pull up the large plastic cover that lays over the radiator, there is a bolt that you unfasten and the assembly is right there! Good luck!
believe it is in power distribution box along with other relays and fuses. it is activated by the engine coolant temperature sensor.
Its just part of the cars computer, it just keeps it cool. Most cars cooling fans come on when the car is started If the AC is on it will.
check temp sensor, it located where the thermostat is, or the fan relay (its in the black box under the hood with all the fuses in it). To check unplug the sensor, it's on the thermostat cover, if the fan turns on the relay is good. If it doesn't come on change the relay.
The Passenger side fan motor which is your secondary fan motor is timed to turn on at high speed at a certain temperature. Once it cools it will go back down to low setting. If your engine does not reach a hot enough temperature it will not go to high speed mode. Meaning you won't hear it turn on or… off. It will remain on low until needed. This usually happens at around 245 to 265 degrees. (MORE)
if the fan motor is still good, find a mechanic that knows how to bypass the thermostat and run it to a switch on the dash, thats the cheapest option, and would take far too long to explain on here . Just had the same problem with my 99 camaro and it was an 8$ relay that is in the fuse box under the… hood (MORE)
While your car is running the engine is heating up. While your driving you have air being forced over the radiator cooling it off. When you are sitting still you don't have that air so your engine is heating up even more so the cooling fan comes on to help cool you engine off. Via cooling the radiat…or. (MORE)
I was looking at the 2001 Lincoln LS owners manual and it shows that Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used in the engine cooling fan fluid reservoir
On a ( 2000 , 2001 , 2002 ) Lincoln LS : The engine cooling fan fluid reservoir is in the engine compartment, it is on the passenger side of the engine compartment . Fill it to the MAXline with MERCON automatic transmission fluid