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Old 10 Aug 2011, 07:31 pm
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Unhappy 2005 Fan middle pin problem

My Pt cruiser started to overheat a couple of weeks the fan seems to be the problem it doesn’t turn on, when it starts to overheat I just move the wire close to the fan it seems to be working I unplugged the wire and the middle pin is broken so I change the fan, I test drive it to see if its fix and the same problem it started to overheat and the same middle pin to the fan seems to be the problem, I have to replace the fan again no problem is under warranty but where does this ground comes from I checked the fuses and they are fine I swap the horn relay to the fan and the horn works so any suggestions?????
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Old 10 Aug 2011, 08:14 pm
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Default Re: 2005 Fan middle pin problem

Are you asking for a wiring diagram? If so, PM me, too large to post here.
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