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|Fan Blade Material:||Plastic Reinforced With Fiberglass|
|Mounting Bracket Included:||No|
|Shroud Material:||Plastic Reinforced With Fiberglass|
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Q:my 2001 town car overheats when i turn on the vent or a/c the cooling fan does not come on, but the fan was tested and operative. is there's a sensor or switch to make it the fan comes on when the temperature rises to a certain degree?
A:The engine cooling fan clutch or the electric fan could be broken. The engine-cooling fan moves air through the radiator when your car is stationary or travelling at a slow speed. This air removes the heat from the coolant created by the engine, using the radiator as a conductor. When the cooling fan no longer works it causes the coolant to overheat which causes the engine to overheat. Listen for a noise like a whirring sound or signs of a leak. If there are any signs of this then the cooling fan clutch may need replacing. To find out if the electric motor cooling fan is working start your engine and spin the fan blade if it does not move and feels stuck then it will need replacing. Another troubleshooting solution can be seen when you start the engine, turn your air conditioning on, if the cooling fan does not instantly activate then check the fan motor fuse, if the fuse is OK then you will have to check the whole of your electrical system. If you do not feel confident that you can do that it would probably be best to get it checked by a qualified mechanic.