One kicks on for normal cooling, they both kick on when the air conditioner is turned on.
I had that problem in my 84 and it turned out to be the cable itself
Cooling fan should come on either when coolant temperature reaches 235 degrees or the A/C or defroster is turned on
I had a problem with the cooling fans not coming on when the car was at rest.... so when i would stop at lights the temp would start rising... i ended up working out you can override the faulty circuit by turning on your a/c when you pull up and that overrides it and they turn on and no more over heating..
It is not supposed to be on when engine is running unless there is a problem.
coolant temp switch or fan relay are bad.
Most cooling fans will stay on for a minute or so after turning off the car in warm weather. If they stay on past a minute or so, then there is a problem.
It is probably your cooling fans. These are electric and may run with the engine turned off. It is probably your cooling fans. These are electric and may run with the engine turned off.
Is the selenoid getting power when the switch is turned to the start position? If yes, it's not a switch problem. Is power coming THROUGH the switch and to the starter when the key is turned to start? If not, it's a selenoid problem. If yes, it's a starter problem.
Hi Same problem with mine, after replacing water pump, thermostat I still had a problem. It turned out that my cooling fan was not working. When the motor was hot the fan didn't run, you should check yours. The AC fan will run when it is turned on so check that too.
You can, but you still have a cooling problem that needs rectification.
Yes, in a sense. Gasses can be condensed into a liquid with cooling and pressure.
Chlorine gas is liquefied by cooling and pressurizing it.
no as it can be turned back to water or be freeze to ice by over cooling.
Has it always been like this or not? If it is, then it is not really a problem. It is how the stereo was installed. An stereo can be installed to be turned on whether the engine is on or off. If the stereo cannot be turned off at all, then you have a problem with your stereo.
if it is squeling then your compreser is locking up causeing it to stall mine did it
i cannot fine which relay has turned off my fuel pump and i do not have power to my lights
I have a 2002 F250 that had the same problem. It turned out to be a short in the wire coming from the cruise control on the shift lever.
The 2nd fan on this car is for extra cooling when the AC is turned on, if you turn on the AC both fans should run; the relay is the first place to look if that fan is not coming on.
If the light keeps coming on after the scanner reset then there is still a problem. Until the problem is fixed, (bad oil pressure switch, wiring, etc.) then the light will continue to be turned on.
The light control module could be the cause of hazard lights coming on after the car is turned off. There could be a problem that has caused this module to become wet and it is now not working correctly.
I had that issue with my 2002 @ 45k it turned out to be the catalitic converter (if that's how you spell it)
It can be many things. First make sure the cooling fan is running anytime the A/C is on. the cooling fan should run continuously with the A/C turned on. If not, either the fan motor or relay is bad. If that is not the problem, you need to service the cooling system, and see if the problem disappears. Start by cleaning the front of the radiator of all debris. Now drain the cooling system, flush the system with heater set to hot, and replace the thermostat with an exact match. Pour in a 50/50 mix of the correct Anti-Freeze and bleed all air from the system.
Check the temperature sensor and the relay (if applicable) No, it's not safe to run any vehicle without adequate cooling. BTW, many cooling fans will continue to run after the engine is shut down. If the cooling fan stops once the engine is cool, it's running properly.
on my 94 3.4 maro i had the same problem so i went a head and checked the pistons and the cylinder head for cracks but it turned out to be the camshaft it was all worn so i got that changed oh and i changed the timing chain to. To complete it i changed the valve springs and did a complete tune up. Trust me its worth it you wont have that problem no more and your car wont start shaking but it was about 400$ well good look on your camaro