Some vehicles electrical system is designed for the fan to run-on after the ignition has been switched off. If the fan switches on when you switch the ignition on from cold, this would indicate a faulty thermostatic switch, these are often fitted to the radiator and it will have two wires attached. To eliminate this as a problem, switch the ignition on when the engine is cold, if the fan starts carefully disconnect one of the wires (beware of rotating fan!) - the fan should stop, if this happens you will need to replace the switch. I hope this helps technoparaphernalia@Yahoo.co.uk I would have to say it is probably a stuck relay.
Mounted next to the radiator.
The engine coolant temperature sensor is the two wire sensor near where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine.
The cooling system.
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.
Cooling system leak or engine overheating and steam escaping from the radiator cap.Cooling system leak or engine overheating and steam escaping from the radiator cap.
Look in the thermostat housing A removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
On the radiator side of the engine.
AnswerRadiators work by radiating heat into the air and cooling the engine. Coolant flows through the engine block and then to the radiator. The cooling fan helps keep the radiator cool allowing the heat to be put out into the air. This is correct
The cooling system is the radiator, engine fan, thermostat, and hoses...
The cooling radiator needs to be used to keep the oil from overheating. If the lines are plugged, the engine could be ruined.
The radiator is located in front the engine cooling fan and shroud, at the front of the motor. _____________chassis_________________ _____________________________________ Fire wall motor ~cooling fan~ radiator ________________________________________ chassis
The fan is usually meant to cool the radiator. It shouldn't be anything to worry about. Since the radiator cools the antifreeze that has come from and circulates through the engine, as long as the fan is running, the coolant is remaining at a good temperature and you won't have to worry about overheating.
radiator is in front off the cooling fans ,in the front of engine.
Yes. Cooling fan, engine fan, and radiator fan relays are all the same thing.
The water pump humps cool water from the radiator through the engine. Hot water. Leaves the engine and enters the top of the radiator. The hot water works its way through the radiator cooling itself.
The thermostat on a 1999 Dodge Caravan is under the housing where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine.
depends on the engine on the 3.3 there is a thick black hose that goes from the radiator to the engine
If you follow the top radiator hose from the radiator you will see where it connects to the engine cooling thermostat housing on top of the engine intake manifold . The engine cooling thermostat is under the thermostat housing
The 2002 Dodge Caravan 2.4 liter engine cooling system has a coolant capacity of 5.5 gallons. The cooling system fluid should be 50 percent anti-freeze.
Front of engine at the bottom of the radiator and on either end of the engine near the strut towers
!f it is engine drivin the engine does. If it electrical it turns on at a programmed tempeture.
Your radiator cooling fan is malfunctioning
On cars that have them they are air cooled since there is no radiator.
on the radiator fan
To replace the Engine cooling fan relay on a 1988 Deville you need to remove the radiator. After the radiator is out you will see the relay, disconnect it pull it out and install the new one.