If your fan is not working more than likely it is the coolant temp sensor. It is located just under the cylinder head (Just under where the spark plug wires are) on the drivers side. There is a tube that has two sensors in it one has one wire the other has two wires the two wire one is the culprit. There are two different ones so you might want to take your old one with you to match it up. One has a pointed end the other is flat.
On the firewall of the passenger side of the engine bay.
if it is an electric fan then yes. it does. and it should be located on the fan itself. if not, follow the wires till you find it. shouldn't be far.
Check the fan sensor and relay for the Contour fan. Check the fan motor next. One of these three will most likely be the problem.
its a relay in the dash or check ur switch
Is your Escort a 91 to 96 or is it a 97 to 2002?
Check thermo operational.
In my '96 beretta the cooling fan relay switch is located on the drivers side strut tower. That may not be the problem. If your fan still won't work after changing the relay switch try the coolant temperature switch/sensor.
On a ford escort 96 , it is under the fuse box that is located uder the hood on the drivers side . right under the fan fuse.
a bad fan control relay
Check the fan relay its sticking.
A 96 Bonneville should have a relay in the headlight timer circuit. Check the relay as it is most likely stuck and needs replacing
The 1996 VW Jetta fan relay is located under the hood on the drivers side. The legend is located in the top cover of the fuse center.
its a pulley fan, it never goes bad
If the radiator fan does not shut off on a 1996 Chrysler Cirrus, the fan relay might be bad. The fan relay is usually located in a bank of relays near the battery.
Check fuse for parking/tailights Check the rheostat dimmer switch
could be the thermostat and/ or water pump
check relay box under the hood
The relay is located in the engine compartment, sitting together with two other relays, the one in the middle of the three is the one for the fan. the one closest to the passenger side is for the fuel pump.
You cant change just the relay. On 96 thunderbirds the fpr is part of the Constant control relay module "CCRM" this also controls the computer relay and you electric fan relays.
No, A 91 to a 96 transmission will fit a 94 Escort.
I had a 96 model, and I think (as far as I can remember) it was under the fan unit case.
Yes, it should.
96 Saturn doesn't have a starter relay
No. The 97 is a third generation escort and the 96 is a second generation escort.
Fusable link? Check at starter solenoid