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Just a thought as I worked at VW and more cars came into our serv dept with this normal operation. Mark helpful 950 Report o_jayne answered 2 years ago You have been quite helpful... Iím guessing that the order here would be: 1. AutoGuide.com provides the latest car reviews, auto show coverage, new car prices, and automotive news. http://camtronics.net/not-working/2008-vw-jetta-radiator-fan-not-working.html

Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose VW A4: Radiator Fans not coming on (check the simple stuff first) Thomas EXOVCDS SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe21,27621K Loading... Pulling the fuse cuts power to those items. spabg79 36,948 views 4:23 Volkswagen Overheating Issue 1.8t & 1.9tdi - Duration: 7:29. 528im52 789,822 views 7:29 2004 Volkswagen Jetta car overheating - Duration: 6:42. Need to find them and donít know how to test them.

2001 Vw Jetta Radiator Fan Not Working

Up next 2002 VW GTI Cooling Fan Test (Part 1) - Duration: 15:30. Another culpret that will cause the AC compressor to not kick-in is the Outside Temp sensor. lol fabiodebartolo is offline Quote Quick Reply post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-15-2010, 11:51 PM 1.8tRbb1485 Member Join Date: Aug 2009 Posts: 52 hydropkd, i feel your pain With a DMM black lead to a good ground, check for voltage on both sides of the fuse while the ignition is in the On position and AC requested from the

ty 21 out of 21 people think this is helpful. I suggest to stay away from the $39.95 FCMs.......and I did not buy it from the dude over in North Carolina! __________________ '84 Vanagon '02 ALH TDI engine(32 to 35+ MPGs I tested for power on the supply side (female side) and found a steady 12v with the key on, engine off and the A/C turned on. 2001 Vw Beetle Cooling Fans Not Working No need to put the carrier into the service position as many have instructed.

I tried testing resistance across the motor while turning it manually but it was constantly variable relative to the speed of rotation. Jetta Radiator Fans Not Working Does it work now ? Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply † Reply With Quote 09-29-2013,†04:34 PM #6 zaklee Neutral Join Date Apr 2011 Location MS Posts 35 image.jpg Is the fan Mark helpful 6,525 Report Goodwrench707 answered 2 years ago Look for this under the hood, near the cooling fan (see the link).

Mark helpful 950 Report o_jayne answered 2 years ago thank you... Vw Golf Radiator Fan Not Working Cancel Add your answer nancy will be eternally grateful. It creates a very high temperature to burn of particulates. I have installed a new fan control module,nothing.

Jetta Radiator Fans Not Working

Check fuse F5 in the fuse panel. You can only upload photos smaller than 5 MB. 2001 Vw Jetta Radiator Fan Not Working I've done the fans before. Richy_T View Public Profile Send a private message to Richy_T Find More Posts by Richy_T « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Currently Active 2006 Vw Jetta Cooling Fan Relay Location My A/c is not working also and is blowing warm air, the clutch on the compressor is not engaging.

Mark helpful 6,525 Report Goodwrench707 answered about a year ago If you don't have that module under the hood, or the fan didn't shut off,... navigate here So, with the new fans in place, I turned on the AC and they worked just fine.....spinning just beatiful.......but no AC. Both cases the fans shut off. More questions Does anyone know where a relay or fuse is located for my radiator fan? 2003 Vw Jetta Radiator Fan Not Working

Psychoholic Genius 177,737 views 10:40 Relay test - Duration: 2:48. Note that passwords are case-sensitive. looks kinda complicated. 14 out of 14 people think this is helpful. Check This Out Are there other sensors, such as an ambient temperature sensor, that also need to be checked?

Here's how it goes: 1. 2008 Volkswagen Jetta Cooling Fan Relay Location ScannerDanner 94,368 views 15:30 VW Fan Relay - Duration: 6:29. Registration is free, fast and simple, Join VW Passat Forums : Volkswagen Passat Forum today! † + Reply to Thread Results 1 to 16 of 16 1Likes Top All This Page

If more than 100 or less than 1, fan needs to be replaced.

Google Heat soak for what it is. Remove belly pan 2. My husband started car up this morning, had to take dog to vet, emergency, and he was expecting to have it run while in the vet office and it actually shut 2000 Vw Beetle Radiator Fan Not Working I love the car, but not the little quirks it has. 4 out of 4 people think this is helpful.

Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter V6er likes this. Car is still overheating after installing new fan assembly, radiator, fuse and relay switches. what is the other switch I should change to make sure it doesn't happen again. this contact form My husband did take it to the shop to have someone look at it, the estimate was..

I reinstalled the old FCM, no fans, but the AC Compressor worked.........sort of proof that the NEW FCM was faulty. Here is a photo of a Burnt fuse box located on top of the battery. 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 Thomas SPONSORED LINKS Was this answer helpful?YesNo Monday, December 24th, 2012 AT 2:05 AM bogger66 Member Pulled the 30 amp on top of battery, changed the switch in the radiator and

since the replaced items the electric water pump works and the thermostat is working correctly, no a/c no fans..... by saving 13.72 Kb. (14.32%)] Remember Me? Mark helpful 6,525 Report Goodwrench707 answered 2 years ago Your welcome. and what would be the...

This is a cycle that occurs intermittantly to clean your diesel particulate filter. Both are OES. McCuistian 274,299 views 3:12 Cooling fan doesn't work - Duration: 7:16. Check thermal switch in radiator, driver side, lower.

You seem pretty knowledgeable on this, ty. 6 out of 6 people think this is helpful. It is toward the top back of the fender.....kind of hard to see. I'm still paying off my tools!!