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Cooling fan seems to take a while to kick on.
87turbobird Offline
Junior Member
#1
I just replaced the fan relay and the ECT sensor. The fan works but it seems like it takes a much longer time for it to kick on than it did before. My temp gauge isn't accurate so I was wondering if anyone knows approx. how much time it takes for the pass. side fan to come on from a cold start when idling.

Thanks

P.S I accidentally posted this in the parts for sale sorry.
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Jeff K Offline
Administrator
#2
That is a strong function of outside temp. If you are concerned, get a real coolant temp gauge to see what temp the fan turns on and off at.

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Jeff Korn

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Jeff Korn

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