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Not seeing a 40 amp anywhere. Email Address: Please enter a valid email address for yourself. I sunk thousands into that car and nothing ever worked. I have to drive in areas where I am not at traffic lights for long or the car will heat up. his comment is here

M3GAPL3X View Public Profile Find more threads by M3GAPL3X Find More Posts by M3GAPL3X Leave feedback for M3GAPL3X (0) 02-27-2015, 05:20 PM #6 georgebest520 Registered User Join Date: Jan Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... I can narrow the problem down to the following: (1) Temp sensor (2) A fuse or a relay If you think it can be something else also, please let me know. On this vehicle, you should use a scan tool to see which of these inputs is energizing the fans and when.

Audi A4 Radiator Fan Fuse Location

If the coolant coming out of the radiator is still too high, this sensor activates a relay that powers up the electric auxiliary fan to low speed. Popular Articles Auto Maintenance & Care Keep Your Cool in the Heat Of Summer Dri Keep Your Cool in the Heat Of Summer Driving Auto Repair How Does a Radiator Fan Results 1 to 27 of 27 Thread: AUX FAN NOT WORKING?

  1. AskTheCarExperts 38,533 views 12:19 E39 aux fan resistor repair - Duration: 13:34.
  2. I don't know what to do at this point and the mechanic has said the same.
  3. The testing described in post #9 confirmed that there was power to the plug and good wires up to the motor, therefore power to the motor.
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  6. Other inputs that can affect when the fan relays are energized include engine temperature, transmission temperature, intake air temperature and A/C operating pressure.
  7. My only thought is I have a bad auxillary fan.
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  9. The connector is indeed the second one down in the photo from earlier in the thread.
  10. Yesterday 10:22 AM by DFW Passat V6 Last post by Tomvw Yesterday 11:21 PM 1 Replies 54 Views Camshaft sensor problem 11-11-2016 09:21 AM by Frejlev Last post by Tomvw Yesterday

Ford cooling fan controllers (late 1980s and early 1990s Mustangs and other models). Follow the instructions here: Timing belt cahnge Basically what you do is: 1.) Loosen the clamp on the heater hose that has the white circle with the dot in it. 2.) Clean the parts that are to be reused, simply by degreasing or even by repainting. Thanks fotsir.

I guess that's normal and renders the test useless. Audi A4 Radiator Fan Not Working I'll try to have a look in the Bentley later and see what the next component is (from memory, probably a relay). Thermostatically controlled motors do not work the fan until the engine coolant rises above normal operating temperature, and then switch off when it has cooled down again. http://www.passatworld.com/forums/b5-garage/317278-help-auxiliary-fan-not-turning-car-overheating.html You *must* add your own fuse in-line when tapping those posts.

Trigger from the 75X if you wish (not a bad idea so the fan will shut down during cranking which gives the starter more juice). It might be worth it to get a used Final Stage Unit from a junk yard? __________________ ///Mmmmmm... Reply With Quote 08-15-201206:06 PM #21 Halfbreed View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Veteran Member Three Rings Join Date May 13 2010 AZ Member # 58967 That is, if I didn't have a DIS or scan tool handy with a component activation function.

Audi A4 Radiator Fan Not Working

Comments Symptoms of a Bad Ignition Switch You may also like: How to Test Ignition Coil in a Vehicle Do you know how to tell if your ignition coil needs a https://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/1002080-auxiliary-fan-not-coming-on/ We were able to purchase a fan for $130 installed it and it worked like a charm. Audi A4 Radiator Fan Fuse Location If so, where and how? 2003 Vw Jetta Radiator Fan Not Working Had the same problem on my son's car.

Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply   Reply With Quote 09-18-2010, 07:10 AM #4 lwindram Neutral Join Date Oct 2009 Location Mpls Posts 118 The radiator flush will I now regret not listening to them. With no airflow through the radiator, it will soon warm up to the temperature at which the fan should cut in. My only thought is I have a bad auxillary fan. Car Radiator Fan Not Working

All information is provided "AS IS." Website operating problems contact [email protected] Where there is a thermostatic switch in the circuit, start the car and let it run at fast idle. ChrisFix 1,252,110 views 10:56 How a Thermostat Works in the E46 - How to Diagnose a Broken Thermostat - Duration: 10:16. Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply   Reply With Quote 09-29-2013, 05:41 PM #7 zaklee Neutral Join Date Apr 2011 Location MS Posts 35 Would test indicated in

Normally closed. Someone wired my electrical fan (large one behind the radiator in the driver side) poorly and it almost burnt the car down. Changing the fan motor Disconnect the battery, and take off the wiring terminals to the motor or disconnect the plug.

Preferably within a few inches of the post so the chance of a short on the un-fused side is minimized. ^IMHO, 2 cents and all that.

Powered by vBulletin® Copyright ©2000 - 2016, vBulletin Solutions, Inc. We applied 12volts directly to the hot lead and shorted the third speed control pin with 12v. I also checked continuity on the wire from the male ends to as close to where the wire enters the electric motor housing as I could get. I pulled it and saw it was not blown and was about to get in a fist fight with my steering wheel when i decided to check the rest of the

Make sure the fuse for the radiator fan is intact. Which I have found out that this part is one that is responsible for sending the signal to the auxiliary fan so that it can turn on. Edit: just read your post that was the same fuse. The fan will only work if you take your finger and turn the fan blades a little it will start right up.

Although, once I take the car out on about 3 separate trips the fan goes back to not working again and the ac starts cutting on and off. Check your service manual to make sure exactly where the temperature sensor is on your car. 4. Fan Clutch The fan clutch is the assembly that holds the radiator fan to the engine and makes it turn. Rotate fan housing slightly to disengage all three auxiliary fan housing clips from the radiator shroud (or whatever you call it) 9.

Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply   Reply With Quote 05-20-2014, 11:27 PM #13 BLeiss Neutral Join Date Mar 2013 Location Connecticut Age 25 Posts 36 Garage   If there is current here but, when the thermo-switch is bypassed, none at the terminal for the fan-motor lead, the relay is faulty and must be replaced. If whatever you hook up to those posts happens to short out 5 years from now, there is no fuse that will blow. Password: Confirm Password: Please enter a password for your user account.

I have not been able to find out what this error code is and if it is what is keeping my fan from running properly. Yesterday 10:22 AM by DFW Passat V6 Last post by Tomvw Yesterday 11:21 PM 1 Replies 54 Views Camshaft sensor problem 11-11-2016 09:21 AM by Frejlev Last post by Tomvw Yesterday I think (but am not sure), that the AC will be shut off if the car gets too warm. Last edited by sline22; 07-09-2012 at 07:23 PM.

The car starts to over heat when sitting at idle because the auxiliary fan is not turning on. Q3. Suppose I could just check them all. 2. Remove belly pan 2.

Thread Tools Search this Thread Rating: Display Modes 05-22-2010, 01:27 AM #1 M3GAPL3X Registered User Join Date: Feb 2010 Location: Sacramento, CA Posts: 165 My Ride: '02 330 Ci SEO by vBSEO 3.6.1 vBulletin Security provided by vBSecurity v2.2.2 (Pro) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2016 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.Digital Point modules: Sphinx-based search Terms of Use  AutoGuide.com Truck I wonder how you know the fan is not working, i.e. I also took the battery charger and fired up the aux fans to make sure they werent the problem.