what controls the cooling fan on a 07 crown vic

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Asked by Aug 27, 2014 at 01:20 PM about the 2007 Ford Crown Victoria Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the cooling fan is good. i can stright wire it and the fan runs

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Check the fan relay,under hood in fuse box,if it is good check the fan sensor.

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http://www.cargurus.com/Cars/Discussion-t29372_ds554767 ..quote: Damn! There is NO temperature sending unit on this car that operates the fan!!! There is a Cylinder Head Temperature Sensor on each head that the COMPUTER uses to determine when to cool the engine. The computer controls the fan EXCLUSIVELY! I work on a fleet of 800 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptors: 2002 to 2013 - same car - different decals - we have cooling fans fail regularly. THE COMPUTER CONTROLS THE FAN BASED ON CYLINDER HEAD TEMPERATURE AND AC DEMAND. NO THERMOSTATS - NO SWITCHES - JUST THE PCM. ......(Tracy Hooks)

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So I wonder what the 6th one from bottom on left is? #102 says cooling fan relay

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I just fixed mine by swapping the fan relay (102, thank you FordNut) with the one for the police light bar (109).

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