Not sure on an '88, but if it's like a '92, it's under the hood in the fusebox in front of the driver's side strut. The inside of the box lid should have a diagram. --1990-- On my 1990 2.5L the relay is not in a fuse box. It is located on the drivers side fender wall about center. There are about three relays and the AC/Fan relay is the center one.
It is a two wire sensor, very near where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine.
If you had water in the cooling system and it froze, every component is a possible leak. Hoses, radiator, engine block itself.
There is a black rectangular box in the engine compartment, drivers side. On the underside of the cover is a diagram of all relays and fuses that will show you which is which.
Had similar problem on 1987 lebaron replaced starter relay under hood driver side over wheel well next to cooling fan relay.
Fill the cooling system and pressure test. Find where the fluid is coming out and you will know the source.
No, there has not been an official recall for the 2005 Chrysler Town and Country concerning cooling fan relay problems. However, such cooling fan problems have been widely reported.
Only when there is a failure in the cooling system.Only when there is a failure in the cooling system.
1998 Chrysler Sebring cooling fan relay switch can be found on the back of the fan. The relay switch is attached to the fan motor with two retaining screws.
nominal cooling capacity is the derated cooling capacity at a certain design condition. Rated cooling capacity is the cooling capacity at sea level
You can find a diagram of a cooling system hoses for a 1996 Chrysler Town Country 3.8L in the car's owner's manual. You can also check with auto part stores.
The cooling fan relay on the 2004 Chrysler Sebring is in the engine compartment fuse box. There are actually two cooling fan relays in this fuse box. One is a high speed radiator fan relay and the other is a low speed radiator fan relay.
Because the Fan Motor have gone out.
Behind the headlight on the drivers side
It would be in the under hood fuse box.
Do NOT srive it unless you have to! Call your local Chrysler company and ask them if it's ok to drive it to them. Get it fixed and you're good to go!
Yes, both AMC and Chrysler 2.5 L four cylinder engines had electric cooling fans.
calculate the duty of given ambient condition
Determine where leaks originates. Cooling line? Seal?
Under the hood, inside the fuse box.
The best fix is to replace them they are available and not that difficult to install.
The slowest rate of cooling from the hardening temperature which will produce the fully hardened martensitic condition.
If you have a problem with your cooling fan it may be an electrical problem. You don't want to drive you car in this condition because it can run hot.