Swap the fan relay with another like relay.
Most likely the relay. If the relay fails repeatedly then the fan needs replaced.
fan control relay
Yes. Cooling fan, engine fan, and radiator fan relays are all the same thing.
Before you fix the Fan Relay, look for a "RAD FAN" fuse (30 amp - orange). Normally, the computer diagnostic shows the problem is the Fan Relay, but, in my case was the Radiator Fan Fuse ($5). I waste $60 paying for the Fan Relay :-[
on a 1999 jeep grand cherokee where is the coolant fan relay
what make the fan relay blow out on dodge stratus
you do not have a relay for a fan belt. just change them.
same as low speed relay its call fan mode
were is the relay 1990 corvetter cooling fan located at
location of the fan relay switch on a 1989 Chevy Corsica
The cooling fan relay switch can be located on the back of the cooling fan motor. The relay switch should be labeled as such.
If you are talking about the radiator cooling fan it could be the fan fuse or the radiator fan relay needs to be replaced... the fan relay is VERY common for these vans. I have a 98 T&C and just had to replace the fan relay. The Rad Fan relay cost $40.00
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.
The 1986 Pontiac Firebird fan relay switch can be found on the back of the fan motor. The relay switch is connected to the fan motor by two retaining screws.
The fan relay is most likely stuck closed. Remove the relay to see if the fan stops running, if the fan stops, replace the relay.
It is the relay for the heating and cooling fan
The 1996 Ford Thunderbird fan relay switch is attached to the electric fan motor. The fan motor is attached to the fan blades.
If the relay is good and the fan is getting power and groun, then the fan motor is bad.
The fan relay on a 1996 Cavalier should be in the relay box. It is mounted on the drivers side, near the headlight.
The 2001 Ford Taurus has a cooling fan that is controlled by a relay. This relay is located on the radiator.
The fan relay turns the radiator cooling fan on and off. The most common location for this relay is mounted on the front left frame rail.
When the radiator fan relay fails on a vehicle, it can quickly overheat due to the lack of cooling. The fan is designed to kick on at specific temperatures controlled by the relay.
The 1996 Oldsmobile fan relay switch can be found in the fuse box. The fan relay switch will be in the third column, second from the top.
The 1996 Mercury cooling fan relay switch is on the back of the cooling fan motor. The relay switch should be labeled as such.