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.
The fan relay will be located in the PDB box in the engine compartment. The relay is controlled by the coolant temp sensor and the computer. Hope this helps.
THere are 2. one for the gauge, and one that reads for the fan. the gauge one is located by the firewall, while the other is near the coolant thermostat housing.
were is the cooling fan sensor located on a Chevy malabu 2002 3.1L
The most common cause is a bad coolant temp sensor on the engine block (located near the thermostat housing). It could be the fan relay switch (located on the passenger side firewall, inside the engine bay). Or it could be the fan motor itself is no good.
The coolant fan switch is located close to the thermostat.
The 1996 Pontiac Grand Prix cooling fan sensor is located on the front of the engine. The fan sensor can be found just above the thermostat.
The fan switch on a 1995 Acura Integra is located on the dashboard. It is a part of the temperature control system.
The coolant fan sensor is the same as the sensor that shows the coolant temperature on the dash gauge. It is located on the intake manifold.
The fan sensor you are refering to is called the coolant temp sensor and it is located on the engine block by the water neck on the driver side front of the motor there are 2 sensors one above the other the upper has a connector and costs around 17.99 the lower is the temp gauge. this is for the 2.2 4 cylinder engine
First make sure the fan works. You can do this by unplugging the fan and use a jumper wire to connect it to the battery. If that's not it then the sensor sits by the intake manifold just under the black plastic air filter tube.
The most common problem would be the coolant temperature sensor in the block (next to the thermostat housing). Next would be the fan relay, located on the passenger side firewall in the engine bay. Finally, a bad fan motor. In that order.
There is not a separate cooling fan sensor, it controlled by the ECM which get it's reading from the ECT (engine coolant temp sensor)
The radiator fan sensor switch or the radiator fan motor are at fault (maybe even both). Wire the fan motor direct to see if it will run, if it does, replace the sensor switch. If the fan motor doesn't run, replace the fan motor before you buy a new sensor. If after replacing the fan motor, the fan still doesn't run, then replace the sensor.
ON my 92 sundance the sensor is located on the side of the themostat housing. It also controls the cooling fan. If it quits, start the car let it warm up and unplug the sensor at the housing. If the fan comes on the sensor is bad.
The water temperature sensor is located on the front of the engine. You will find the sensor behind the thermostat housing.
The fan switch is a sensor located in right side of the head
The engine temperature sensor is located next to where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine. The computer uses that sensor to decide when to actuate the radiator fan relays and turn the fans on.The engine temperature sensor is located next to where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine. The computer uses that sensor to decide when to actuate the radiator fan relays and turn the fans on.
the fan sensor will be located underneath the distributor it should be a 2 wire plug and the sensor itself should be screwed into the head
the sensor is located next to the thermostart, driver side of the cylinder head.
The sensor is located under the upper rad hose Directly below the hose is a sensor with 1 wire to it That is for the gauge Just behind and down from that is a sensor with 2 wires This is the fan sensor
this car does not have a fan clutch they are electric fans
underneath some plastic cowling close to the fire wall there will be the fuel pump fan ignition and other realys.
The engine computer uses the coolant temperature sensor that is located close to where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine to decide when to actuate the fan.The engine computer uses the coolant temperature sensor that is located close to where the upper radiator hose attaches to the engine to decide when to actuate the fan.
The thermal switch for other Mystics is located on the thermostat housing.