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Why are your radiator fans not coming on after coolant gets hot 2004 stratus V6?

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2005-11-12 19:45:07
2005-11-12 19:45:07

This could be due to a bad temperature sensor, radiator cooling fan relay, or possibly even the radiator fan itself. Try tapping on the radiator fan to see if it starts to move while the vehicle is at normal operating temperature. If nothing then find temp sensor and unplug and jumper the electric connection with a paper clip to see if fan starts. If fan starts then replace the temp sensor. If fan does not start then suspect either bad fuse or bad relay.

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