On and '89 I believe it's #17. Iknow your's is a different year. If you have a manual it is in there though. If that doesn't work, (fuse not blown or doesn't correct it), check the connection of the plug at the fan. Still doesn't work, follow the wiring up to the next plug, it will be up near the right of th ebrake fluid resivor. Clean what connectins you can and try that. Still doesn't work, take the plug off the fan motor again and make a pair of jumper wires long enough to reach from there ot the battery. You'll need a couple spade receiver type connectors. put them on the motor and touch the hot & neg wires to the battery and see if the fan starts keep arms, fingers and stuff out of the way of the fan. I had this problem and messed with it & messed with it until I found the corroded connection at the plug near the brake fluid resivor. messed with thte thing for almost 2 hours before I found it. good luck.
picture of the fan relay for 1993 mercury topaz
The coolant temperature sensor on a 1993 Mercury Topaz is located at the rear of the engine. To get to it, you have to remove the driver side fan.
Evidently the cooling fan is not working.
Ok what are the fuses in the engine fan No.1, fan No2, and fan No3 , what are the for.
There isn't anything that cools the fan the fan is only on long enough to cool your motor then the air as you drive cools the fan
On the top drivers side of the engine where the upper radiator hose connects. The thermostat is in the same assembly that the Fan sensor screws into and is removed by taking out 2 bolts.
a temperature sensor that detects when the car reaches a certain temperature before it overheats which kicks on the fan to cool the engine. the fan may not be grounded properly which causes the blowing of fuses to prevent a fire.
location of engine cooling fan sensor
The water pump is bolted to the front of the engine behind the engine cooling fan
On a 1998 Mercury Tracer, the cooling fan relays are located in an engine compartment box. The compartment box should be labeled 'Cooling Fan 40 amp.'
Check the electric fan to see if it is working.
no it does not! left side on front of engine are two relay fuses 1 for each fan.
Means you have an issue with the engine coolant level.
In the relay box in the engine compartment with the other relays.
I'm assuming you mean engine cooling fan but I'll tell you both, the engine cooling fan has two fuses located in the upper left hand side of fuse box in engine compartment, when i say upper left i mean when standing along side fender, fuse no 20 and 21, the heater fan fuses are in upper left side of fuse box behind cointray , this is on lower dash to left of steering column fuse 1 and 2, good luck
I'd check the fan relay. that is just the fan for you ac not for cooling the engine, typically the S/B fuses will pop on these cars if not chdck the wiring
believe it is in power distribution box along with other relays and fuses. it is activated by the engine coolant temperature sensor.
On a 1997 Mercury Mountainer , 5.0 liter V8 engine : The water pump is bolted to the front of the engine , behind the engine cooling fan ( just follow the bottom radiator hose , it connects to the water pump )
Are you referring to the air conditioner fan motor or the engine cooling fan motor? In either case you will need to check your fuses first. Then check for power and ground circuits.
replace the fan relay in the engine comparment where the fuses are located
with a test light check the fuses . find one that is hot only when the motor is running .
Remove Glove Box. Fuses are located between fan housing and heater box. there are two fuses and a relay. Remove Glove Box. Fuses are located between fan housing and heater box. there are two fuses and a relay.
The fan fuses are located besides cooling reservoir
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