The radiator coolant fan fuse can be found in the fuse box. The radiator fan fuse will be in the second column, fourth from the top.
Blown fuse, defective thermal relay, or bad fan motor.
There is no radiator fan fuse. It is controlled by a relay in the CCRM.
Your Lumina 2001 engine light might come on while the radiator fan is working because the fan is turning too slowly, is damaged, or is not cooling the engine correctly.
Check that there is power to the radiator fan(s) if so change the radiator fan motor, if not then check the fuse to the fan. If the fuse is good then go to the fan relay. It is going to be fan related since it happens right away after starting the truck or else there is a blown head gasket.
The fan relay and its fuse are on the radiator support bracket on the right side of the car.
I have a 2005 ML500 special edition Mercedes Benz and I want to know where is the fuse for the radiator fan?
were is the fan relay located at
Check the fuse and the wiring.
The TYPICAL reason that the radiator fan fuse blows is because the radiator fan has failed. Usually either a failed motor winding (coil of wire inside) or a seized bearing. Either way, you probably need a new fan.
The radiator fan is intermittent. It works if I mess with the radiator fan connector
It has a serpentine belt that runs all the accessories not just the fan
Does anyone know how to take off a radiator fan clutch from a 1998 Dodge Dakota 3.9 V6
The 1997 Oldsmobile Cutlass radiator fan switch can be found in the fuse box. The radiator fan switch will be in the third column, second from the bottom.
radiator fan relay
Most of the times it is in the bottom water hose if not it will be at the bottom of the radiator that is where the water temperature is at the highest.
There are 2 fuses to be checked for radiator fan. Small one right side under steering wheel in the fuse box. In the cap of fuse box it is written where the one for cooling fan is. If that ok go for the fuse box under hood. it is on passenger side and is of 30A.
Is it the fan behind the radiator, or the fan that blows air into the cabin?
You should check the fuse, and also do a computer diognostic. You could need a new radiator fan relay or wiring or diode wiring, or a new fan altogether.
It is in the under hood fuse box. Check the fuse in there also. The fan motors are prone to failure.
The fan itself, its fuse or thermostat.
The cooling fan fuse is in the fuse box under the hood, fuse 11 - 20A. For the condenser cooling fan, this is Fuse 20 - 20A.
It is important to have a working radiator fan. If it does not work, a person needs to check the wiring and its fuse.
Run a hot wire to the positive wire on the radiator fan. If it works, then you have a fuse or a relay (or even a short in the wire). If it doesn't work at all, then the fan motor is bad.