01 Lincoln l s cooling fan is not coming on fluid ok?
check fan relay in fuse box under hood.
According to the 2000 Lincoln LS Owner Guide : ( Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid is used in the engine cooling fan fluid reservoir ) Read 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 Read More
I was looking at the 2002 Lincoln LS Owner Guide and it shows ( Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid ) is used in the engine cooling fan fluid reservoir Read More
What causes 1992 Lexus es300 overheating the cooling fan has stopped coming on and the fuse is not out?
In the 1992 Lexus ES300 there is only one cooling fan. The cooling fan is operated hydraulically by fluid from the power steering reservoir. If there is a leak in the fluid pipe the fan can stop working and the car will over heat in traffic, otherwise it is fine. In any case the fan MUST always run when the A/C is switched on. Check for leaks in the rubber hose leading to the cooling… Read More
2001 Lincoln ls looking for cooling fan relay Read More
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 MAX line with MERCON automatic transmission fluid Read More
The cooling fan relay for the 2000 Lincoln LS is located behind the battery in the fuse relay box on the driver's side. The cooling fan relay controls the car's cooling fans. Read More
If you mean the engine cooling fan fluid reservoir ( located in the engine compartment on the passenger side of the engine ) it takes MERCON automatic transmission fluid according to the 2000 Lincoln LS owners manual Read More
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 Read More
connected to the fan. Read More
Open the hood and look for something that has a steering wheel on the cap. There are 2 reservoirs that look similar, one is for the power steering the other is for the hydraulic cooling fan. And no I'm not lying about the hydraulic cooling fan. Read More
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. Read More
how do you replace cooling fan connector wires if they were cut on a 1998 lincoln town car Read More
It is an engine cooling fan that cools the fluid as it passes through the radiator. Read More
No, the Lincoln LS has a hydraulic fan. That means it operates on fluid pressure like power steering. Read More
On the pump Read More
Check the relays and fuses. Read More
According to a drawing in the 2000 Lincoln LS Owner Guide : The engine cooling fan fluid reservoir is located in the engine compartment , it is between the engine and the passenger side of the engine compartment * it takes Motorcraft MERCON automatic transmission fluid , fill to MAX line on reservoir Read More
The cooling fan is activated by a sensor, and possibly a relay. Most likely the sensor has gone bad. Read More
After changing thermostat hosing radiator resovior and there is no leak to the headgasket and oil pan the car still over heats with no loss of radiator fluid what can be the problem?
Check to see if your heater core is leaking. Most are located under the dash and a sure sign is a wet floor board. Cooling fan coming on? If not fan could be bad, relay for fan bad, blown fuse for cooling fan. Water pump might be bad. Read More
The 1995 when can Mark VIII cooling fan switch is located behind the dashboard. The switch will be on the passenger side of the dashboard in the passenger compartment. Read More
Blockage in the cooling system No or little fluid in the cooling system Radiator fan not working Read More
check you tep sencer and youir fan relay drive safe Read More
DO NOT put oil in the radiator : The engine cooling system for the 2001 Lincoln LS came from the factory with a 50 / 50 mix of distilled water and GREEN color antifreeze ( meeting Ford specification ESE-M97B44-A ) * also , the hydraulic engine cooling fan fluid reservoir takes MERCON automatic transmission fluid Read More
there is a relay box to the bottom right by the wind shield washer fluid Read More
On a 2000 Lincoln LS : The power steering fluid reservoir is between the engine and the DRIVERS side fender ( it takes MERCON automatic transmission fluid ) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- * don't worry , the engine cooling fan fluid reservoir , which is between the engine and the passenger side fender also takes MERCON automatic transmission fluid Read More
( one ) power steering pump , the power steering fluid reservoir is on the drivers side of the engine . There is a reservoir on the passenger side of the engine which is for the engine cooling fan hydraulic fluid . Both of the reservoirs take MERCON automatic transmission fluid according to the 2001 Lincoln LS Owner Guide Read More
does it have anti freeze in it? is the electric fan coming on or any fan? thermostat could be bad, or cooling system clogged, bad water pump? Read More
Faulty electrics. Thermostat, relay, fuse, fan motor, short in wiring, poor ground. Unfortunately, you might have to have a professional look at it. Read More
Low coolant? Cooling fan not working? Read More
is the coolant temperature sensor giving a correct reading to the computer? Is the fan getting power? Read More
Your cooling fans are not coming on, or the clutch fan is bad. Read More
The 2004 Dodge Intrepid cooling fan relay switch can be found on the back of the cooling fan motor. The cooling fan relay switch is attached to the fan motor with two retaining screws. Read More
yes it is normal for the fan to come on if you have the defroster on or the ac running when you are letting it warm up. Read More
Yes. Cooling fan, engine fan, and radiator fan relays are all the same thing. Read More
Cooling fan switches can be located on the radiator or the thermostat housing. Read More
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. Read More
Processors themselves don't make any noise; it is the cooling fan. The noise a particular computer puts out can vary by model of processor, brand of cooling fan, size of cooling fan, and age of the cooling fan. As such, there is no definitive answer to your question. Read More
The cooling fan relay switch can be located on the back of the cooling fan motor. The relay switch should be labeled as such. Read More
Yes there is a fuse for the cooling fan and a cooling fan relay also a but you they are located on different places depends on your vehicle make and model Read More
98 Chevy cavalier runs hot in traffic or on interstate fine around town replaced radioator last year did not cure it?
When it's running hot you should hear the cooling fan running, if not that is your problem. If the cooling fan does not operate check the fuses, cooling fan relay, cooling fan switch and cooling fan motor. One of them is at fault. Read More
there is hydraulic fluid reservoir for the fan... it's driven by hydraulic pump... and there is coolant reservoir... Read More
What would be the cause of the AC fan not coming on - car overheating - and freon smell when the car is started?
Faulty radiator cooling fan switch or circuit; Worn or damaged cooling fan motor or circuit; Broken, missing, or defective fan blade(s); Incorrect operation information being delivered and sent from the EEC (ENGINE CONTROL COMPUTER). Read More
What would keep the engine cooling fan from coming on in a 1994 Oldsmobile eighty eight The fan works if is is wired directly to 12 volt battery?
Sounds like the thermal relay is defective. Read More
Where do can you find the relay switch for the engine cooling fan or blower unit on a 1996 Volvo 850 sedan?
above the radiator fan but be careful handling them - they are notorius for the wires coming out of the male plug in Read More