Question about 1994 Mercury Tracer
Radiator fan motor not coming on. Its a brand new motor and works. I changed the broken thermostat too. All new fuses and relay in fuse box under hood. Anyone have any ideas? I'm thinking fuse links but don't know where they are?
Engine coolant temperature sensor unit!? you say you had a thermostat issue some times if you over heat these the switch above might cause malfunction! I just spent 7 hours on relays!! with engine running un plug coolant sensor temp switch if your fan comes on you have no relay issues!! or ground problem keep in mind this switch tells the system the temperature then when reached sends signals to relay the fan to come on! when I unplugged mine fan ran plugged it back in off!!! replaced switch works great this is the true way to test don't get$$ it out hope this helps you out also be sure you have no air locks in your cooling system and you properly bleeded out all air sense you changed thermostat.John
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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