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Old 24 Aug 2014, 01:45 pm
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At what approximate temp or gradiant on the temp gauge do the PT not turbo cooling fans start to run? I have just replaced all cooling system parts including a new timing belt, radiator, water pump, thermostat and housing. The car starts and runs fine, but the fans aren't coming on. I have jumped the relay sockets number 30 and 87 on both hi and low speed fans, and both speeds work fine. The sensor at the thermostat housing is working fine too. Any ideas?
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Old 24 Aug 2014, 02:24 pm
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Old 24 Aug 2014, 02:55 pm
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At what approximate temp or gradiant on the temp gauge do the PT not turbo cooling fans start to run? I have just replaced all cooling system parts including a new timing belt, radiator, water pump, thermostat and housing. The car starts and runs fine, but the fans aren't coming on. I have jumped the relay sockets number 30 and 87 on both hi and low speed fans, and both speeds work fine. The sensor at the thermostat housing is working fine too. Any ideas?
Is there a fuse in the fuse block for the coolant fan?
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Old 24 Aug 2014, 03:11 pm
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Is there a fuse in the fuse block for the coolant fan?
I believe that the fan is suppose to come on if you take the wire off the temperature sensor? Was the air bleeding procedure was done after replacing the coolant?
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Is there a fuse in the fuse block for the coolant fan?
For the 2004 NA (non-turbo) there are two fuses:
Fuse #5 (40 amp) in the under-hood PDC
Fuse #12(10 amp) in the dash fuse block
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