1998 Mercury Villager "radiator fan" Questions

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radiator fan doesnt run fan runs with 12v to motor,have 1 of 3 relays new,with key on theres 12v at all three relays check your radiator fan relay.

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...radiator is practically new The fan is control by a thermostat. When the radiator reaches about 200 degree F. it should turn on. If it do not turn on then it either the thermostat is bad or the fan. ...

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coolant backed up from the radiater into the resovoir and still over heating. What do anyone think? Radiator cooling fans not running? Blown head gasket? Cracked cylinder head

...fan or fans are independently controlled. Operation is based on temperature The radiator cooling fans cycle as needed. They only come on when the temp sensor tells them to and when the proper temp is ...

belt tension. then remove the bottom alternator bolt. pull alternator up to top of radiator.may need to remove upper radiator hose and cooling fan assembly to get enough room to get the alternator out

radiator fan not coming on and van overheating check all 3 cooling fan relays. go here for help http://groups.yahoo.com/group/villagerquest/

radiator and remove all bugs and debris. Make sure the cooling fans are running as they should. Anytime the A/C is on the fan should run continuously. Caution: If you have been loosing coolant with no

...fan under the dash or the electric radiator before the engine . We will need this information to be able to help you. There are diagrams on google. It should be on the passenger side of the intake ...

...airflow it will get warm enough to feel. while in motion the constantly moving coolant is being constanly cooled by the radiator, fan and increased airflow. my suggestion is to change the

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radiator fan will not come on could it be one of the relays or the motor Yes, it could be either of those things.  It could also be a bad engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor or broken wires ...

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