Yes One is called a "Radiator fan" and the other a "Condenser fan." The Radiator fan comes on when the engine coolant temperature is above 106C (223F). The Condenser fan comes on when you activate the Air Conditioning.
Check the thermal relay for the cooling fans.
Yes, they should both come on.
that my be caused by a faulty fan switch
The cooling fan fuse is in the fuse box under the hood, fuse 11 - 20A. For the condenser cooling fan, this is Fuse 20 - 20A.
No the 2 fans will not come on when you start the engine. One of the fans will come on anytime the A/C is being used. The other fan will come on along with the A/C fan when the engine reaches a preset temperature to prevent it from overheating.
overheating 94 Honda accordFirst you should check if your radiator has water and coolant, if not just fill it up to the appropriate level. Second it may also be your cooling fan relay or sensor if your fans do not turn on. Third which might the most expensive, your radiator maybe needs to be replaced.
Yes, when the AC is on both fans should run.
The sensor on the thermostat housing is a cooling fan switch. Cooling fan switch closes the circuit to engage the cooling fan(s) when the optimum temperature is reached. When not replaced, cooling system fans will either remain continually "on" or not function causing the engine to overheat, internal engine damage and/or temperature light illumination.
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Check thermostat make sure fans work replace coolant easily done check manual
It is possible that both cooling fans coming on when the car is idling is normal. The fans are supposed to come on in response to the heat of the engine. So, if the car was idling for a long time, both fans may kick on and there are other conditions which would explain it as well. If it seems that the car is overheating however, you should have it checked out.
the thermostat will make both fans become idle if it is not opening. this happened to me on my 95 3.1 lumina
The fans normally come on when needed. Is the car running hot -- is the temperature gauge reading above normal? If so, there's a problem with the fans or the cooling system. If not, don't worry about it.
The cooling fans are the only cooling source for a air cooled engine.
Only when the AC is on.
check the relay / check the temp sensor / try turning the fan on by turning on the AC - fan should come on when the AC compresor turns on /
the temperature sencer tell your fans to turn on when the coolant in your radiator gets to hot
When building a PC you will need to position the cooling fans. You should refer to the documentation to work out how to do this.
Engine Coolant Temp Sensor may be faulty or the Cooling Fan Relay check the wiring to the fan make sure it hasn't come disconnected. Check that you have power to the fuse, the relay, and to the cooling fan. Sounds to me like a minor wiring issue! Good Luck!!!
One can purchase cooling fans for their computer at online stores like bestbuy and amazon. You can also buy cooling fans at retail stores like Walmart and Tesco.
Yes most models actually already come with a cooling fans.
Amazon.com has several laptop desk with built in cooling fans
unless there is something wrong with your car, the cooling fans are activated when a sensor in the cooling system detects that the coolant is too hot and that is when the fans turn on to help bring airflow to the radiator or just to circulate hot air away from the engine. if the coolant is still hot when your car turns on, then the fan will stay on as well. Also, if the AC is in the on position both the fans will run.
Motor cooling system? The engine cooling system consits of the water pump, radiator, hoses, cooling fans, etc.Motor cooling system? The engine cooling system consits of the water pump, radiator, hoses, cooling fans, etc.