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Old 07-31-2005, 15:01   #1 (permalink)
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need help with radiator fan

Own an 89 Ford Mustang, 4-cyl., automatic. Radiator fan doesn't kick on.
Radiator fan is good. Has new radiator fan switch. Fuse is good. Should
kick on at 170 degrees, but doesn't. Help!

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Old 08-04-2005, 16:01   #2 (permalink)
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Re: need help with radiator fan

"hurst1569" <butch622@peoplepc.com> wrote in
news:36628649eb6c3a08b5a4832607ae42aa@localhost.talkaboutautos.com:

> Own an 89 Ford Mustang, 4-cyl., automatic. Radiator fan doesn't kick on.
> Radiator fan is good. Has new radiator fan switch. Fuse is good. Should
> kick on at 170 degrees, but doesn't. Help!
>
>


> Should
> kick on at 170 degrees, but doesn't.


Who said?!!! that's not right! Doesnt kick on until coolant is about at
210. CERTAINLY above 195

Which is about the M or A depending on direction of that gauge, if L is
hotter yet....

Ground the connector from the Fan switch located on lower manifold
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