ummm from what you describe it seems to me whoever had the car before you rerouted the fan to a all power line meaning they rewired it to a positive wire so fan comes on constant it may be going right to batt or fuse box
Check the coolant temperature sending unit and replace it if you need to if the fans have not been rewired. By default, one fan runs pretty much all the time, with the second fan kicking in when it detects a rise in temperature (due to the coolant temperature sending unit) or when the A/C is switched on. If it is not the sending unit, it could be in the wiring for the A/C.
1998 Chrysler Sebring cooling fan relay switch can be found on the back of the fan. The relay switch is attached to the fan motor with two retaining screws.
No, there has not been an official recall for the 2005 Chrysler Town and Country concerning cooling fan relay problems. However, such cooling fan problems have been widely reported.
The cooling fan relay on the 2004 Chrysler Sebring is in the engine compartment fuse box. There are actually two cooling fan relays in this fuse box. One is a high speed radiator fan relay and the other is a low speed radiator fan relay.
Because the Fan Motor have gone out.
If the AC is on constantly, the fan will be on constantly. If that's not it, it mught be the fan relay or the temperature sensor.
It's the same location for all 1996-1999 Chrysler/Dodge/Plymouth minivans. Check this out:Where_is_the_engine_cooling_fan_relay_on_a_1999_Chrysler_Town_CountryThanks!
where is my cooling fan relay controll circuit located in a 1997 Chevy lumina, 3.1 engine
The radiator fan relay on a 1997 Chrysler Town and Country is mounted to the body structure below the air filter box.
The fan fuses are located besides cooling reservoir
Behind the headlight on the drivers side
In a fuse box
If you have replaced the relays in your 1997 Toyota RAV 4, the engine cooling fan may not come on when it is supposed to because of a failure in the wiring, the thermostat that sends to the fan, or the fuse for the cooling system.
fan is on wrong way backwards turn it around so it draws air in
the cooling fan relays are behind and below the center of the radiator
Usually a bad fan motor relay not telling it to shut off
Under the hood, inside the fuse box.
heater motor is gone
You need to take your car into a service center as soon as possible. The fan is on constantly because there is a problem with your car. It could be your thermostat or cooling temperature sensor.
The 1997 Ford Mustang uses an electric engine cooling fan . The electric motor and the fan it drives are in a housing attached to the radiator between the engine and the radiator
Look at the rear of the radiator approx. 1/3 down from the top
Yes, both AMC and Chrysler 2.5 L four cylinder engines had electric cooling fans.
Its on the thermostat housing by the upper radiator hose