Yes, if there are two cooling fans one operates off of engine coolant temp. and the other operates off the A/C. The one that operates off of coolant temp will run for a while then shut off, then run again and continue to cycle. This is to keep engine at operating temperature. The other one runs when the A/C is on because when the compressor engages it puts a load on the engine, which will create heat beacuase the engine works harder. as long as both fans operate your okay.
The 1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass cooling system has a fluid capacity of 5.5 gallons. The cooling system fluid should consist of 50 percent antifreeze.
The 1991 Oldsmobile Cutlass cooling fan relay switch can be found attached to the right side of the radiator housing. The cooling fan relay switch should be labeled as such.
where is the coolin fan relay located in a 1994 Oldsmobile cutlass located
Most high pressure lines have a red cap on them, and they are usually smaller in diameter. It runs from the condenser to the TX valve/Evaporator.
Most cooling fans come on low speed around 150 to 180 degrees Fahrenheit. Unless, your running the air conditioner or the defroster. Turning on your air will also activate the cooling fan.
That is cooling fan 1 control circuit malfunction. check out the fan motor, and temperature sending unit, fan relay, and fuse.
Get a Haynes Auto Manual for the year in question and in the appendix section there is a complete wiring diagram
I have a 1998 olds cutlass and it is leaking cooling and have a bad ticking sound what do you think I should do.
These two cooling system conditions are more than likely related. The cooling system is closed and not supposed to leak. Sources of leaks include hoses, clamps, radiator and or the heater core.
Low coolant? Cooling fan not working? Water pump not circulating water? System airbound? Radiator plugged or restricted? Thermostat not fully opening?
There is no such thing as and air-conditioner accumulator in an automobile. A nonworking air-conditioner compressor can cause a cooling malfunction.