What is wrong if the radiator cooling fan does not turn on in a 1994 Ford Thunderbird?
Start by unplugging the fan and applying power directly to it to see if it turns on. If it does, there's nothing wrong with the cooling fan. If it doesn't, then you'll have to replace it but you need to find out what caused it to go out. Hope this helps.
What could be wrong with a 1994 Corsica if the coolant is dripping on the ground until the cooling system is empty even if the engine is shut downAnd how can you fix it?
On a 1994 Ford Aerostar : Follow the top radiator hose from the radiator : I know on the 4.0 liter , OHV , V6 engine , the top radiator hose connects to a metal pipe that is part of the engine cooling thermostat housing that is bolted to the front of the engine ( the thermostat is inside the housing )
On a 1994 Ford Explorer , 4.0 liter EFI , V6 engine : Follow the top radiator hose from the radiator If it is like my 1995 the radiator hose connects to a metal pipe which is part of the engine coolant thermostat housing . The housing is bolted to the front of the engine and the engine cooling thermostat is inside the housing
Why doesn't the cooling fan on the passenger side of my 1994 Mazda miata work when the driver side one does?
Purchase a Prestone flush kit, a container of radiator flush, and new antifreeze at a automotive parts store. There are directions on the flush kit package. What you will be doing is adding the chemical to your cooling sytem then inserting a flush tee into a heater hose and back flushing the system using your garden hose. Works very well.
How do you get to the bolts around the bell housing for removal of the oil pan on a 1994 m50 engine?
If this radiator has a plastic top, I would suggest you purchase a new radiator. If it is metal, then remove the radiator and have it repaired and flushed, at a radiator shop. This is a good time to service your cooling system. Replace the thermostat and flush the engine out. Check all radiator hoses including the heater hoses, and replace if necessary. Reinstall a 50/50 mix of the appropriate coolant. Don't forget to bleed…