Why is my radiator fan not working on a 1995 Thunderbird?
your fan does not come on unless your car gets hot.if you lift
your hood when you start your car the fan will not be running .but
when your car gets to hot it will come on.or you may have a short
in it.....check out
The radiator fan sensor switch or the radiator fan motor are at fault (maybe even both). Wire the fan motor direct to see if it will run, if it does, replace the sensor switch. If the fan motor doesn't run, replace the fan motor before you buy a new sensor. If after replacing the fan motor, the fan still doesn't run, then replace the sensor.
The temperature switch for the Secendary electric fan is on the radiator. The coolant needs to reach around 190 deg as it is exiting the radiator before the secondary fan will turn on. If the thermostat is stuck in the closed position the engine will overheat, No coolant flowing through the radiator, If it is stuck in the open position then the engine will take a long time to warm up. a stuck thermostat should…
One of the most common (yet often overlooked) problems in the Honda Civic is the radiator fan switch. Another possibility is the radiator fan relay. Not too commonly, the cooling fan motor itself could be bad. Finally, check the wiring and connections to the radiator fan switch and the fan motor to make sure nothing is loose, corroded, or broken.
If your radiator fan is electric, loss of electrical power can cause it to stop working such as a break in one of the wires. There can also be a fault in the speed controller thermostat that is not signaling the fan to turn on. If the fan won't move at all and cannot be manually tuned, the internal bearing may have failed. If your radiator fan is mechanically attached to the engine, the fan…