The 1998 Dodge Neon does not have a relay. It does have a blower motor resistor that could be bad.
They are designed to work when: A/c or defrost is on Coolant temperature exceeds 235 degrees Bad sensor? bad cooling fan relay/module
a bad relay-a bad temperature sensor.a blown fuse.A bad Ground..a BAD power Source.A COOLING FAN MOTOR THAT IS BURNT UP. a bad ign switch ---A DEAD BATTERY.etc-etc
Inoperative cooling fan(s) Bad thermostat Bad fan switch sending unit Bad fan relay Blocked radiator cooling tubes (internally)
Bad fan motor? supply 12V hot to see if it works - if not bad fan motor Bad relay? Bad sensor?
The fan sensor is bad or the fan relay is stuck. Swapping out the relay is the most likely fix.
fan relay, bad connection at wiring harness, bad fan, bad coolant sensor, bad electrical ground, likely causes
Depending on your vehicle it could be a bad temp sensor, a bad relay(s), a bad switch, faulty wiring, a bad fan motor, a faulty ECM,
cooling fan relay is bad?
There is prob a bad relay that's not triggering the fans to turn on.
Could be the relay or bad battery cable connection at the battery or relay.
yes, and the best way to determine if one is bad is to just switch it with the horn and try to honk it. if it honks, then that relay should be fine. my car would not turn on the other day due to a bad relay so i switched it with the horn so it would start and it got me to the auto shop.
Bad temp. sensor? on most ford contour cars the cooling fan only runs when the motor reaches a certain temp. this model car also has a cooling fan relay switch,if the switch is bad the fan will not run.
cooling fan relay has gone bad or coolant temp sending unit is bad
Defective cooling fan or bad fan relay.
The cooling fan is activated by a sensor, and possibly a relay. Most likely the sensor has gone bad.
Check the fuel pump relay and the ecc relay either or both may be bad
it could be a cooling fan relay or the water pump is bad but i would say first the relay or the thermastate is sticking and not opening. bry
By finding the cause of the overheating. It is normally, bad thermostat, bad water pump, clogged radiator, either internally or externally, a defective cooling fan, or defective cooling fan relay.
check see if its gitting power if it is then the motor is bad if no power check relay
coolant temp sensor, wiring, relay, bad fan motor
not likely PCM problem... most common cause is either ... Bad Cooling Fan Relay Blown Cooling Fan Fuse or Bad Cooling Fan Motor
It is definitely caused by a problemtic cooling fan relay. When the bad relay shorts internally, it causes the fan to stay on at all times which drains the battery.
There are many relays in that vehicle and many have the same part number. Simply swap the suspected bad relay with a known good one to determine if the relay is the problem or not.
Blown fuse, motor burnt up, or the fan relay switch is bad.