You might also have a bad switch. Temp sensor should be o.k. if the engine temp. goes and stays at normal and the upper and lower heater hoses are hot.
Blown fuse? Bad fan motor? Bad temperature sensor?
The fan motor has failed and will need replaced.
If the HVAC blower motor does not work on any speeds, I would suspect the motor or the switch is bad.
motor used in fan is universal motor, which can work both on Ac or Dc . The working principle is similar to the ordinary motor
Check the fuses, check the relay and then check the fan motor.
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the fan is work by the elactercity and current and it has motor so i have to switched on and off
Check fuse first. if ok then check you have power to the fan. If not it is probably the thermo switch which switches on when the engine gets hot powering the fan motor. Be careful when checking the connections that the fan doesnt start and injure you
a three phase motor will work
Overload or dead short in cooling fan motor or wiring to same
i have Toyota 1996 Camry fan blow will not work what fuse make it work and location . fan motor ck out all right
Could be a bad temp. sensor not telling the fan to turn on, or a bad motor. Try jumping the motor to see if the fan comes on. If not, its the motor.
Remove the two bolts at the top of the shroud, then remove shroud, fan, and motor as an assembly. Remove the One True Nut (reverse [LH] thread) that holds the fan blade to the motor. Remove the plastic-screws holding the motor to the shroud. Pull the blade off the motor. Use a hammer to disengage the motor from the shroud. Installation is reverse.
Saturn Shop Foreman here. Cooling fan relay, bad temp sensor, open in fan motor, if you jump last two terminals in the diagnostic connector you should hear the relay click, you can put a test light across the fan plug to test the circuit after you have done this, hope this helps
your driver side fan should come on at about 220 degrees which is about 3/4 way up the temp gauge and the passenger side comes on only when the ac compressor is turned on, if ur ac doesnt work then neither does ur passenger fan, if ur temp isin red and ur driver side fan doesnt come on then check your relays if ur relays are good then change ur coolant temp sensor and if that doesnt work then ur fan motor is most likely burnt out
Could be a faulty fan motor, a faulty fan motor relay, a faulty fan motor temp switch or a blown fan motor fuse.
Loose connection? on fan motor or heater control Bad fan motor?
Check to see if you are getting power to fan - if so bad fan motorRun a hot line to fan to see if it starts - if not bad fan motorFan sensor bad?
when it doesnt work any more
Bad fan motor? supply 12V hot to see if it works - if not bad fan motor Bad relay? Bad sensor?
apparently they are designed for cold temperatures, so the radiator fan will kick in really really late. But if your fan doesnt turn on at all either the fan doesnt work at all (power failure to fan, or fan malfuntion) or fan sensor switch is faulty.
Check the cooling fan relay and the control sensor. Check the fuse as well and if these are all good, check the fan motor.
with the engine running and the a/c on check the electric cooling fan on the radiator, if it is not running the relay or the fan motor is probably bad (maybe loose connector)
Try Blower Motor Resistor. It would on the Passenger side under the dash