I have a 94 Mercury Tracer. Probably same engine. The relay may be in the fuse compartment under the hood. Your local Ford dealer can test the relay for you. I wish I knew where the temp sensor switch was cause I have a problem with the cooling fan myself.
the temperature switch for the fan may be at the other end of the lower radiator hose....
The fan switch is on the heater hose right under the coil pack and right by the upper hose. Also, the sending unit for the gauge is there. The relay for the fan is under the fuse box; remove it and you will find two relays. The one that is listed on the box is a secondary relay .
99% of the time it's the fan switch located in the hose under the coil pack, I work on a fleet of escorts and it's always that switch that fails.
In my 1993 Escort wagon, 1.9 l, the fan relays are located under the air intake filter. Unfasten the filter clips, unplug the Mass Airflow Sensor, remove the filter box, (2 nuts + one bolt). The relays, are mounted together on one bracket bolted to the fender.
The cooling fan switch is located to the right of the thermostat housing. Easily reached by removing the air intake hose. Ford no longer carries this part.
I located all these parts at NAPA auto parts no doubt they are also available at other after-market dealers.
There is no thermostat relay switch on a 1992 escort lx.
The cooling fan relay switch can be located on the back of the cooling fan motor. The relay switch should be labeled as such.
The coolant temperature switch and the cooling fan relay (same thing) is usually located in the water outlet housing. It will be the bigger sensor, the smaller is the temperature gauge sensor.
your fan relay switch your fan relay switch
where is cooling fan relay switch located on 2000 s-type jaguar
In my '96 beretta the cooling fan relay switch is located on the drivers side strut tower. That may not be the problem. If your fan still won't work after changing the relay switch try the coolant temperature switch/sensor.
The 1996 Mercury cooling fan relay switch is on the back of the cooling fan motor. The relay switch should be labeled as such.
try under air intake hose on to the right of center of engine top, there are 2 similar relays/sensors. one is relay sensor other is relay.
The cooling fan relay switch can be found on the inside front quarter panel. The relay switch will be on the drivers side quarter panel.
hellofellow escort owner there isn't one
There is no fan control switch, and no direct connection to any sensor or switch on that vehicle. The system works like this. The computer(PCM) decides when to turn on the fan. The PCM looks at engine temperature from the ECT sensor, and AC input from the AC control head switches. When the PCM decides that you need the cooling fan to come on, it uses the cooling fan relay, and the cooling fan high speed relay to turn on the fan, and whether it should run at low speed, or high speed. The power input to the cooling fan comes from the cooling fan relays.
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.