The fans are electric and do not have a belt The fans are electric and do not have a belt The fans are electric and do not have a belt
The fan motor my be out. Open hood let car run for a few minutes and see if your fans come on if not my be the problem.
Blown FuseDefective fan motorDefective Thermal RelayFault in the wiring
This is the most common sense question. obviously one fan is placed behind the radiator and the other can only be behind the A/C cooler... And yes they both are a suck through fan..
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Yes, just have the fans blowing over them for most efficient cooling.
The IMPELLER on the water pump.The MIXTURE of Anti-Freeze to Water mixture.Blown head gasket.Correct TIMING.the FLOW on the Radiator that U already checked...
The ac compressor's clutch may be blown. If so the compressor will not spin and provide air. The fan could also have a bad motor which will stop the fans from working.
Check the thermal relay for the cooling fans.
yes , this is controling the fans and ac fans
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.
are they spining if not fuse, relay or wires to it could be blowing out
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Sound of the Vuvuzelas. Vuvuzela is a blowing horn commonly blown by fans at the football matches in South Africa.
The fan attached to your radiator should come on intermittently, which means when the engine reaches operating temperature the fan with turn on an off every few minutes or so. The other fan is for your air conditioning. It should be running constantly if your A/C is on.
Lots of people use fans when they are sleeping; personally I find them to be too noisy.
First thing that comes to my mind is that the air fans on the radiator are "reversed" this blowing instead of pulling the air in. To check it: Once the engine has warmed up and the fans are blowing, place your hand on the tail of the passenger side head light (where you would adjust the wind and elevation of your head light) Make sure you keep your hands AWAY from moving parts! If you hear the fans, put you dont feel the air blown toward the inside, the polarity on the fans is reversed andthey are blowing airtowards tha outside. BE VERY CAREFULL WITH MOVING PARTS!
The thermosat can be causing the issue.
The compressor is so hot b/c there are fans inside that push the hot air out of the refrigerator. No cold air is blowing out b/c the cold air is going into the fridge.
There was one fan to the left of the stage blowing air on most of the band and Elvis.
Yes, they should both come on.
No. there are fans inside of it that help it to"breath". if those arnt blocked then i think your fine.