the cooling fan relays are behind and below the center of the radiator
Yes. Cooling fan, engine fan, and radiator fan relays are all the same thing.
Check the fuses, check the relays and check the temp switch.
The cooling fan relay on the 2004 Chrysler Sebring is in the engine compartment fuse box. There are actually two cooling fan relays in this fuse box. One is a high speed radiator fan relay and the other is a low speed radiator fan relay.
The sensor for the cooling fan is in the water outlet housing. There are 2 sensors. One provides information for the temperature gauge and the other sends information to the computer PCM to control the radiator fan speeds. The CCRM has the relays for the fan high and low speeds.
The radiator fan relay is commonly located under the hood. Depending on the vehicle and model, the relay should be in a distribution box with the other relays.
The two relays are located on the right (passenger) side of the fan shroud. 99% of the time the reason the low speed fan is not running is due to the fan motor itself and not the relay(s).
On a 1998 Mercury Tracer, the cooling fan relays are located in an engine compartment box. The compartment box should be labeled 'Cooling Fan 40 amp.'
In front of the lower part of the radiator You will see 3 relays
n the front behine the fan at the bottom you will see 3 relays middle for the fan
There are 3 cooling fan relays located in the fuse box just above the battery, in the engine compartment. (passenger side, near the front of the car) You will have to take the fuse box cover off. The other side of the cover lists all relays. I think the radiator cooling fan motors are switched in series or in parallel depending on how much airflow is needed - hence the 3 relays.
I check radiator fan, and relays and they are good, what can be a problem when my car reaches temperature to open termostat radiator fan does not work
Cooling fan switches can be located on the radiator or the thermostat housing.
The fan motor and relays do go bad.
where is the cooling fan relay in a 1996 buick lasebre
The radiator is located in front the engine cooling fan and shroud, at the front of the motor. _____________chassis_________________ _____________________________________ Fire wall motor ~cooling fan~ radiator ________________________________________ chassis
check the relays to the to fan if its not them then check all the wires to the fans if you still havent founld a promblem with them yet the it might be the fan motors
not 100% sure but under the bonnet to the left in a black box with all the other relays
there are 4 relays on the passenger side firewall which one is the cooling fan relay
It is located on the right side of the underhood fuse box. There is a panel that you can pull up underneath a metal brace. The cooling fan relays and fuses are located there.
it is either the cooling temp switch or the fans relays htere are two relay one for the regular fan and one for the air conditioning fan together they run about 80 dollars
The fan fuses are in the under-hood fuse-box. #11 is for the radiatir cooling fan - #12 is the supplemental cooling fan (when the A/C system is activated). The relays are found by following the wiring from the fan motor to the socket where they are plugged in which also ontains the relay. Right (passengers) side for the cooling fan. Left (driver's) side for the A/C fan.
the fan switch.
on the radiator fan