what the possible issues? if my subaru forester 98 the radiator fans not working even if i disconnect the cooling temp sensor

Asked by Aug 31, 2016 at 02:51 PM about the 2008 Subaru Forester

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Fan sensor See http://www.carrestorationshop.com/chevrolet_equinox/q3270586- running_fine_no_indications and http://www.carrestorationshop.com/subaru_forester/q3254687- 1998_subaru_forester

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Running hot on the gauge?

yes,on the gauge; so the relay and fuses are ok ,no lose contact betwen ecm and relay wire, i want to know why the radiator fans not working?

4,330

Hard to tell what's up here, but I fear that your head gasket is blown, allowing percolated exhaust gases to raise temps at the gauge sender, but not sufficient heat transfer to the fan switch. Can't remember if these old ones had TWO ac/fan relays...check that too.

help me ,i havent another car and i like it

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