Is it the blower motor or is it the fans in the front?if its the fans they will come on at anytime to help cool engine down better.If its the blower motor for the interior heat and air you got a electrical problem. Is it the blower motor or is it the fans in the front?if its the fans they will come on at anytime to help cool engine down better.If its the blower motor for the interior heat and air you got a electrical problem. If it is the blower motor for your heater then it is definatly you blower resistor
The blower motor, or blower motor relay is probably out.
to cool the coolant in the engine
Not to assume anything...There are two primary fans on the typical vehicle: engine / radiator cooling fans and the heater blower fan.Both are covered in the "Related Questions" below.
You probably have malfunctioning blower fans. A blown fuse can cause your blower fans to malfunction. The heat and air conditioning cooling is not being forced into the passenger cabin.
Heater blower fans or engine cooling fans????? See "Related Questions" below for both.
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If it is a V6, it is located in front between engine and the cooling fans.
there is a Senior that kick it the fans on it is located under the throttle body or it might be the primary fan is bad and only the second fan is working
It may be the way the wind is blowing or the way the air is funneling back in. You may need your fans checked if this continues to be a problem.
Take it to a mechanic and get them to check it, seems like a problem that we can't fix with words...
yes , this is controling the fans and ac fans
Heater Blower Fan, Cooling Fan, Or A/C Condenser fan? There is a fuse box in the front passenger door jamb. This is where you will find the blower fan fuse. You should find the Cooling and A/C fan fuses in the underhood fuse box. When I see problems with any of these fans it is not usually a fuse that is causing the problem. If a fuse is blown then there is another problem causing it to blow.
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If the cooling fans will not turn on, check the pump to make sure the belt is turning the pump. Also check the blower resistor. This large fuse is usually located on the fuse box for the battery on most vehicles. On older vehicles it might be located on the blower motor itself.
There are four relays that run the fans. Check them. In the mean time run your defogger and that should kick on the fans.
i suggest you get it looked over by a mechanic.
The pressure rise which is the main difference between fans, compressors and blowers can be stated as follows: ΔP(psig) Fans 2 Blowers 2-10 Compressors >10
Look either at the rear side of radiator approx. 1/3 down from the top or at the thermostat housing
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your question, it is behind the driver's side front bumper on the core support. If you are referring to the inside blower fan, check the resistor behind the glove box. If the radiator fans do not work, check the relay on the bumper support as described above.
If you have a problem with the thermal switch, your fans will not come on at temperatures that will switch the fans to on in order to cool down the engine temperature. If you have a problem with the switch (faulty, burnt out), the only way to fix it is to replace it.
under the hood with the other fuses like your primary and secondary cooling fans under the hood with the other fuses like your primary and secondary cooling fans
On the front of the engine, near the rad fans.