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sihlefortunate
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Cooling fan

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Good day all I'm struggling to diagnose my cooling fan here once it starts it stays on the entire time until i switch off the engine what could be the issue thanks.

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Post by retrovan »

You normally have two sensors in your radiator, one for the temp gauge and one for the fan,

Me thinks the one for the fan is shot.

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Re: Cooling fan

Post by Terry Phillips »

Agree with Herman or it has been bypassed and they bridged the 2 wires together.
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Thanks gents it was the ambient temperature sensor located in the grilles



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