The temp sensor is connected to the temp gauge. mr2tall1808-07-2004, 02:26 PMOn our van the fusible links were on the driver side under the hood they ran along the fender . slo10-07-2004, 04:52 PMI have a 97 T&C with 3.8 AWD and had the same problem. The AC will work and then it stops pumping cold air and will starts to get engine air. his comment is here
Mark helpful 3,415 Report Sparky222 answered 2 years ago If heater not warming, check for coolant flow. The module is mounted on the radiator shroud and is exposed to a lot of heat so failures are common. The fan has 4 wires. I am a bit confused by the high speed low speed thing.
Related How To: Inspect and repair the radiator cooling fans on your car How To: Diagnose a cooling system overheat in your vehicle How To: Fix the cooling fan dropping resistor The part number for the sensor is 077119003 170 degree sensor and it cost 16.99 It attaches on the upper radator hose, it straps around it, then I wired it to Password: Confirm Password: Email Address Please enter a valid email address for yourself. Mark helpful 325 Report johnfixesstuff answered about a year ago It may be the fan relays, check out this article that explains how to replace the relays: http://www.johnfixesstuff.com/2015/06/how-to-fix-2001-2006- chrysler-sebring-radiator-fan-relay.html 9 out
Mark helpful Report migration_judge_roy answered 3 years ago a 12 volt tester with little glowey light is nice too...one handed use~ 2 out of 2 people think this is helpful. more Ram Brings the Brawn with its Macho Power Wagon If the Ram Power Wagon wasn't hardcore enough for you, then this Mopar Blends Old School with New School in Las The 2 green wires are the +12 volt. 2007 Chrysler Town And Country Radiator Fan Not Working Mark helpful 0 Report Iluvqtflores answered about a month ago I have a 2009 t&c.
The toggle switch I used is rated for 30 amps same as the fuse I used. I will tighten the hose up tomorrow...hopefully end of over heating problem. They fixed it (no charge) and never had the problem again. https://www.cargurus.com/Cars/Discussion-t27280_ds557497 See my earlier posts below.:frown: brunswick03-26-2006, 07:15 AMOverheating solved!! :) This is for Stevo2 and anyone else interested.
and the fan turn on....I don't think there is any coolant left for a 50/50 mixture of antifreeze and water ... 2006 Chrysler 300 Fan Relay Location and besides that, the cooling fan also turn on and work perfectly like nothing was wrong....Of course I know the car has a problem.... Left it running in driveway it began to overheat. No need for high speed and a low speed.
I am worried about this in the long term. Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Bdot is offline Quote Quick Reply post #7 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-28-2008, 06:13 PM joey Elite Contributing Member Chrysler Town And Country Overheating Problems You could use a test light to ck powers and grounds. 2005 Chrysler Town And Country Radiator Fan Relay Location You can leave it stock if you want.
fans would come on when vehc. this content Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below. Took it to the dealer Monday and it turns out the motor in both fans were done. I tried to find one at the local junkyard and was told he wanted $200.00 for it. 2006 Chrysler 300 Radiator Fan Not Working
I ran the 2 runs of wire through the fire wall (down near the bottom you will see a gromet with a thick black cable for the hood release) One wire Just try and find one now! DESIREE is offline Quote Quick Reply post #4 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-24-2012, 02:45 AM Agent 007 Senior Member Car: 2007 Chrysler 300C SRT8 Met Steel Blue Join weblink I think not Mark helpful 0 Report dolphingurl85 answered about a year ago I have a 2005 Chrysler town and country and last year it was hit head on while it
Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... 2004 Chrysler Sebring Radiator Fan Not Working You can visually inspect the fuses, you can look through the plastic lens and see if the fuse is burnt through.Let me know and we can go from there!Thank you,Richard First the fan is a 2 speed fan, low and high (I don't know why) Low is for normal cooling of the radator.
starts and would stay on till you turn it off. Where is there a switched power wire? I put it in and I thought that was it, all done. 2007 Chrysler Town And Country Cooling Fan Relay Location I already replaced the thermastat so I'm guessing it's the temp sensor Bigjohnjr replaced.
Did you use the same type of relay as the original? If they are not there on your van maybe take it up to auto zone if yall have one and they should be able to pull it up and even show You can change this preference below. check over here Got a Cooling Fan Relay Problem?
I have a 2005 Chrysler T&C that is overheating. My big question to you: where ARE the relays for the fan circuit located? In the engine compartment fuse box (a.k.a. User Name: Password Please enter a password for your user account.
If this relay fails (which it often does because of the load it carries), the fan may operate at high speed but not low speed. What did you use as the power source? etc.) I KNOW the fans are the problem not the cooling system! Nthefastlane 97,929 views 4:26 Engine Coolant Temp Sensor Replacement - Dodge, Chrysler, Plymouth 2.7L - Duration: 2:54.
Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Mliedtke is offline Quote Quick Reply post #9 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-10-2014, 04:18 PM DESIREE Lifetime Premium Member Car: Dual relay. Need Help Now? I don't even want to know what a shop would have charged to fix it!
I will let you know how it goes. Someone suggested the radiator fan relay. Now I am going to try to replace the sensor. 3rdOne06-10-2004, 04:27 PMAt least I am not alone. I have taken 2 fans and applied 12 volts to the low and the fan did not spin at all.
By continuing to browse our site you agree to our use of data and cookies.Tell me more | Cookie Preferences Login|Contact Us Chrysler Chrysler Repair Questions? Posts: 4,148 Thanks: 2 Thanked 207 Times in 191 Posts Quote: Originally Posted by Mliedtke View Post So my fans aren't turning on at all. This morning before work I add plenty of coolant and began my ... 2005 Chrysler Sebring Base - Maintenance & Repair 2002 Crysler Sebring conv. Mark helpful 120 Report jamesburgess answered 3 years ago Okay, I finally got back to it thanks to weather and working all weekend on 3rd.
The 2 fan relays are NOT side by side. In many cases, the underlying fault is a bad cooling fan relay. I could not find a universal temp sensor on Jegs web site.