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Also, go ahead and change the timing belt and associated parts at the same time, since you have to go through it to get to the pump. it takes forever and now it just doesnt go fast anymore.. Oh, and I was just checking the power to the fans at first....for the hi speed test I had power at the middle terminal on the actual fan plug ins, but These were put in after May '99 build dates.

dididothat View Public Profile Send a private message to dididothat Find all posts by dididothat #13 10-10-2005, 10:19 PM supercharged_v6 New Member Join Date: Oct 2005 hmmm... The time now is 11:13 AM. Advertising Featured Sponsors Vendor Directory -- VWF37 -- Mobile Two Contact Us - Volkswagen Forum - VW Forums for Volkwagen I replaced the temperature control switch, thermostat, outlet flange, pulled the fan control module looked for corrosion, none. Also, I have not checked the fan thermal switch yet (and I want to check it before moving on to the fan controller) because I can not find it still. http://volkswagenownersclub.com/vw/showthread.php/21905-A-C-Not-working-Fans-not-working-Engine-overheating-LOOK-HERE!

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You might need to add water/antifreeze to the overflow tank if it runs dry. What you're looking at is the coolant flange (a.k.a. A reminder that your email address on your account must be valid and working to receive the reset request. Any further info or ideas would be appreciated.

If the fans start to spin, then your switch is most likely bad. BTW, Prudence, if you paid $100 just to have a thermostat replaced, you got majorly hosed. Ambient temp sensor shows .3 ohms on 200 scale. Vw Golf Radiator Fan Not Working supercharged_v6 View Public Profile Send a private message to supercharged_v6 Find all posts by supercharged_v6 #8 10-09-2005, 06:42 AM skimble Member Sponsor Join Date: Sep 2005 Have you

It's Free! 2001 Vw Jetta Radiator Fan Not Working I should mention that the car was in a fender bender and the evaporator radiator was damaged and the refrigerant leaked out. Could anyone help me (with an illustration or photo preferably) find it so that I can test it before replacing it. http://newbeetle.org/forums/2-0-liter-gas/1109-cooling-fan-not-comin.html That's a $10 part at most, and $90 for literally 10 minutes of labor (plus tax, of course).

i will take off the thermostat and see if thats the problem... 2006 Vw Jetta Cooling Fan Relay Location i mean the upper hose is hot.. There is no power to red wire at three prong switch on radiator. Post 1 has battery power to it. leadfoot69 View Public Profile Send a private message to leadfoot69 Find More Posts by leadfoot69 March 25th, 2012, 16:00 #14 DanG144

  • If not then off to the dealer...
  • Attached are two images, one shows the fuses that provide power to the fan module (fuses S164 and S180).
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  • Here is what I did...car is off and ENGINE IS COOL...turn the heater control to full-heat position, then remove the cap from the coolant overflow tank, then find the coolant temp

2001 Vw Jetta Radiator Fan Not Working

Other causes can be the fan control module. http://www.cars-guide.com/volkswagen-forum/2000-beetle-overheating-coolant-fans-not-coming-on-t3433.html fans worked, but no headlights. Jetta Radiator Fans Not Working If u can tell me where power comes from to switch on radiator that would help. 2000 Vw Beetle Radiator Fan Not Working REPAIR GUIDES BECOME A MEMBER Sign up with Facebook OR I AGREE TO THE USER AGREEMENT LOG IN Login with Facebook OR REMEMBER ME BECOME A MEMBERFORGOT PASSWORD?

Find all posts by hannaco #5 10-08-2005, 08:51 PM supercharged_v6 New Member Join Date: Oct 2005 okay... Thanks for your help Was this answer helpful?YesNo Friday, December 28th, 2012 AT 12:30 AM exovcds Member Have a look at the attached image. thanks... I attached the two plug gifs, which show the pin assignments, and by using the instructions below, you can do the test. 2003 Vw Jetta Radiator Fan Not Working

The result is overheating because the fans do not come on. Cracker VW MKIV-A4 TDIs (VE and PD) 14 May 28th, 2013 14:54 radiator fans not working tres bug VW MKIV-A4 TDIs (VE and PD) 2 December 29th, 2010 18:15 Radiator Fans Yükleniyor... Çalışıyor... Thermostat is on the lower passenger side of the engine...

So, I installed the "new" FCM only to learn that the fans worked fine but the AC Clutch would not kick-in. Jetta Fan Control Module the fans arent spinning anymore... They stay off until you start the car, then they start when cold and run constant.

I turned the AC on with the fans on hoping it would be cool but it still won't cool.

Its just the 11/13/2016 11/13/2016 MASTEROFMASTERS 4 speed automatic won't shift into 4th, as far as I know 11/13/2016 11/13/2016 MASTEROFMASTERS I have a Passat Wagon 2007 Model year. 2.0 Turbo. It senses the pressure and sends out a Pulse width modulated signal proportional to the pressure. 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. Mk4 Jetta Radiator Fan Not Working on the upper radiator hose?

If you turn on the key, turn on the fan on the dash, and press the AC button, both fans out front should come on. when my cooling fan crapped out last year. Fans still arent coming on... What is the manufacturing date of your car?

coolhandslondon 162.790 görüntüleme 9:26 How to check your radiator fan switch - Süre: 1:55. So, right now, I've got my on relay system working! ............don't trust those $39.95 FCM regardless of where they come from. its that thing with the sensors... Bu videoyu bir oynatma listesine eklemek için oturum açın.

Ok thx Customer: replied5 years ago. Fuel Economy: fantastic Ah, the warm weather....