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Loading... Fan arrived in two days. Rotate fan housing slightly to disengage all three auxiliary fan housing clips from the radiator shroud (or whatever you call it) 9. What would be the next trouble shoot step. Source

Which one of the 3 green fuses? User Name: Password Please enter a password for your user account. Asked by 88carfast for the 1999 Volkswagen Jetta in Riverside, CA on February 28, 2011 Upvote Follow this questionFlag inappropriateBEST ANSWER by overbys of Overbys Inc, February 28, 2011you need to Ouch!!!!

Jetta Radiator Fans Not Working

You are currently viewing our forum as a guest, which gives you limited access to view most discussions and access our other features. Where is the air conditioner cut off located on the 200o 2.0 liter beetle? the gas gauge works when it wants to.. to have both the switch and module fixed it would be $485.00 - $55.12 for the switch and $305 for the module plus labor and tax, for both.

Resistance should be “just a few ohms”. Mark helpful 6,525 Report Goodwrench707 answered 2 years ago If you attempt any of this,....KEEP YOUR HANDS AWAY FROM THE COOLING FAN, whether it is off or on. 4 out of Leave fuse #16 (at the side of the dash) out and run engine to see if the fans come on via the "Radiator Fan Switch" (on the side of the radiator Jetta Fan Control Module Turn the engine off and let cool down.

Slide auxiliary fan up with a few twists and shimmies to get it clear. 10. Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply   Reply With Quote 10-04-2013, 01:44 PM #11 zaklee Neutral Join Date Apr 2011 Location MS Posts 35 Originally Posted by Tomvw Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? or it can be located on the driver side lower framerail." This is what it looks like (just a different number :) Hope this helps, good luck.

our fan works it just will not shut off when you turn the ignition key off... Vw Golf Radiator Fan Not Working Best Answer Mark helpful 950 Report o_jayne answered 2 years ago I have another question for you.... Mark helpful 6,525 Report Goodwrench707 answered 2 years ago Try the cooling fan switch. Credentials confirmed by a Fortune 500 verification firm.

2001 Vw Jetta Radiator Fan Not Working

Mark helpful 20 Report Alxrob answered about a year ago So if you unplug the cooling fan switch and the fans continue to run, any suggestions what might be next to http://www.justanswer.com/vw-volkswagen/4nuah-1999-vsw-jetta-overheating-radiator-fan-not-working-fus.html I love the car, but not the little quirks it has. 4 out of 4 people think this is helpful. Jetta Radiator Fans Not Working Need some... 11-07-2016 07:05 PM by ScottMP Last post by ScottMP Yesterday 08:09 PM 5 Replies 99 Views Cruise Control Stopped... 11-02-2016 01:02 PM by RobG-ADV Last post by RobG-ADV Yesterday 2006 Vw Jetta Cooling Fan Relay Location Powered by vBulletin® Copyright ©2000 - 2016, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.

Can help me please? this contact form Login|Contact Us VW Have Volkswagen Questions? Mark helpful 6,525 Report Goodwrench707 answered 2 years ago If you feel that some of this is beyond your scope of repair capability, don't bother with it. Danny is online now My 1999 VSW Jetta HAS BEEN OVERHEATING The radiator fan is not working. 2003 Vw Jetta Radiator Fan Not Working

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No need to put the carrier into the service position as many have instructed. 2001 Vw Beetle Cooling Fans Not Working So, again, thank you very much. :) We bought this car for the gas mileage and it seems to be nit picking us with lots of little stuff... Was this answer helpful?

Mark helpful 950 Report o_jayne answered 2 years ago Yeah, we will keep an eye on it.

Was this answer helpful?YesNo Monday, December 24th, 2012 AT 2:50 AM bogger66 Member It was the 30 amp fuse to the far left that shut the fan off when pulled. This feature is not available right now. Could it be the temperature sensor on the coolant outlet flange? 2008 Volkswagen Jetta Cooling Fan Relay Location CarGurus has 31,634 nationwide Jetta listings starting at $1,200.

the fuses on the battery are not blown or melted, none of the ones in the car are blown. walu MK4 4 07-10-2007 08:56 AM 2000 VR6 Evolution_VIII General Volkswagen Discussion 19 05-03-2006 05:25 PM Driver side heated seat no longer working - 2000 GTI VR6 12V philmeister MK4 5 Cancel Add your answer nancy will be eternally grateful. http://camtronics.net/not-working/2008-vw-jetta-radiator-fan-not-working.html Check relays.

does anyone have anything else that i have not tried? [IMG][/IMG] hydropkd is offline Quote Quick Reply Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links VwForum.com Advertisement post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old Flag inappropriateSign in to replyQualified Local Volkswagen Shops Qualified Volkswagen Shops For This Repair University Tire and Auto Se...University Tire and Auto Service18 Verified ReviewsLos Angeles (2.6 mi) View Details1 answer Wanted to post the results. Mark helpful 0 Report ak1078 answered about a month ago IF IT IS A TDI diesel, The fan can run up to 20 min after shutting off car at times if

Thomas Attached Image Was this answer helpful?YesNo-1 Friday, December 28th, 2012 AT 12:36 AM bogger66 Member My coolant outlet flange did not have the air conditioner cutoff switch it has a SEO by vBSEO 3.6.1 vBulletin Security provided by vBSecurity v2.2.2 (Pro) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2016 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.Digital Point modules: Sphinx-based search Terms of Use  AutoGuide.com Truck Pulling the fuse cuts power to those items. already a member: Home Register Forum Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders Who's Online Garage Blogs What's New?

looks kinda complicated. 14 out of 14 people think this is helpful. Check fuses. Mark helpful 10 Report Lidz answered 8 months ago I have the same problem with my Golf MKIII, my radiator fan won't switch off even after the engine is off, i Yeah sounds like the fan control module which is underneath the frame rail and the battery tray.

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